SK Environment Minister responds – sort of…

Saskatchewan environment minister Warren Kaeding has sent us a response to the letter we sent in March about the inappropriateness of small modular nuclear reactors in the face of the climate emergency. It's a classic example of a ministerial failure to engage with the arguments - not one of our three detailed points is addressed.... Continue Reading →

SK political leaders sabotaging climate action

On March 25th, the Supreme Court of Canada declared the federal carbon pricing scheme to be constitutional: the federal government has the legal right to impose it on provinces, such as Saskatchewan, which have not developed their own scheme.  While carbon pricing is just one of the measures that we need to address the climate... Continue Reading →

Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

The United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons comes into force today, 22 January, 2021. Canada has not signed the treaty. There is a long history of organizing towards nuclear abolition in Canada and Saskatchewan, and we felt it important to mark this occasion by providing some background and to help garner more support... Continue Reading →

Release: Cancellation of Keystone XL

The following is a press release issued by Climate Justice Saskatoon on 20 January, 2021. Climate Justice Saskatoon welcomes President Biden’s cancellation of Keystone XL and calls for economic transition Climate Justice Saskatoon (CJS) welcomes today’s announcement by US President Joe Biden cancelling the approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, together with other important climate-responsible... Continue Reading →

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