A Good War book launch

We are excited to be co-sponsoring the launch of Seth Klein's recently published book A Good War: Mobilizing Canada for the Climate Emergency. The event will be taking place online on Wednesday, September 30 from 7-9pm. The evening will feature a reading from and Q&A with Seth Klein, a panel discussion featuring local climate activists... Continue Reading →

The past and future of public transit

It's now been more than three and a half years since the provincial government announced that it was shuttering the Saskatchewan Transportation Company, and more than two years since Greyhound Canada announced that it was withdrawing from Western Canada, leaving prairie residents with few options for intercity transit. Now, in the midst of a global... 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 →

Grassroots Voices Welcome Premiers

Announcement: Grassroots people in Saskatoon and Area Demonstrate in Response to a Meeting of Canadian Premiers, July 9th to 11th. From Tuesday, July 9 to Thursday, July 11, the Canadian premiers will be meeting in Saskatoon, on Treaty 6 territory and the Homeland of the Métis, at the Bessborough Hotel. Many of the premiers are working to... Continue Reading →

A Green New Deal for Saskatchewan?

It would be hard to not notice all the fuss about the Green New Deal, which has offered an inspiring framework for community organizing and pushing the political agenda around the world. Recently the Pact for a Green New Deal was launched in Canada, and this month communities across the country are holding town hall meetings to discuss what... Continue Reading →

Some thoughts from the rally

In conjunction with the Council of Canadians, we held a rally on Monday as part of the National Day of Action against the federal buyout of the Kinder Morgan TransMountain pipeline. Many songs, poems and words were shared amongst the many gathered. Here is the speech prepared by Mark Bigland-Pritchard: $4.5 billion of taxpayers’ money... Continue Reading →

Response from the Premier re: Open letter on TMX

At the end of April we sent a letter to Premier Scott Moe urging the Saskatchewan Party government to reconsider its response to the Kinder Morgan TransMountain pipeline dispute. The letter was signed by 8 other organizations and collectives, 136 Saskatchewan residents and 35 other people from places across the country, from BC to Ontario.... Continue Reading →

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