Preserving the SK River Delta

The Saskatchewan government recently announced it would be making a $4 billion investment in expanding irrigation out of the Diefenbaker reservoir. As John Pomeroy, head of the Global Water Futures project at the University of Saskatchewan, said in a recent interview, this project is "massive" and has significant implications for our approach and contribution to... Continue Reading →

A Green Recovery for Saskatoon & SK

The COVID-19 pandemic has already had far-reaching social and economic impacts, and it is as yet unclear how profound those impacts will be. The pandemic has presented a classic 'shock doctrine' moment, which Naomi Klein has described as periods of crisis that open opportunities for rapid transformational change; while corporations often try to exploit such... Continue Reading →

Solidarity with Unist’ot’en fundraiser

Dear friends, Please support Indigenous communities on the front lines of Wet’suwet’en territory by donating and/or sharing this info. We have organized a prize draw for folks in Saskatchewan to encourage direct donations to the Unist'ot'en camp as they continue to resist colonial incursions on their land and law. To be entered in the draw,... Continue Reading →

Update on supporting municipal action

A few weeks ago we posted to urge folks to get in touch with their councillor and express support for the Low Emissions Community Plan, which will be going before City Council this coming Monday, August 26. There is still time between now and then to contact your councillor and Council as a whole to urge... Continue Reading →

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