Letter to Justin Trudeau and Catherine McKenna

from concerned citizens of Saskatchewan, convened by Climate Justice Saskatoon c/o 615 Main St, Saskatoon, SK, S7H 0J8 climateactionsk@gmail.com 2016:Oct:01 Rt Hon Justin Trudeau and Hon Catherine McKenna House of Commons Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6 Dear Mr Trudeau and Ms McKenna We write as citizens of Saskatchewan, concerned that government needs: to take decisive action... Continue Reading →

The Husky oil spill should be seen as a warning

As I write, a relatively small spill of oil (250000 litres) is threatening the water supply of thousands along the North Saskatchewan river, causing damage of as yet unknown scope to the aquatic and riparian ecosystems, and most likely contaminating traditional First Nations medicines.  We do not know the detailed composition of the oil, but... Continue Reading →

Brad Wall risking being left behind

This week Premier Brad Wall has embarked on a tour out east to promote the Energy East pipeline, a project which demonstrates his dangerously poor understanding of climate change and of 21st century economics. A new report this month from the CCPA definitively shows that Canada cannot meet its emissions reductions obligations if it builds... Continue Reading →

Release: Public consultation on TPP in Saskatoon

The following is a press release from Climate Justice Saskatoon and the local chapter of the Council of Canadians. More information and media to follow. Locals to stage rally outside Trans-Pacific Partnership hearings in Saskatoon Saskatoon – Climate Justice Saskatoon and the local chapter of the Council of Canadians are organizing a rally to coincide... Continue Reading →

Sask. Sticking with Status Quo… For Now

You might not have known it, but Saskatchewan held a provincial election this past week, which turned out to be largely a re-hash of its last election in 2011. The Saskatchewan Party, led by Premier Brad Wall, maintained a strong majority government. For what it's worth, in the run-up to election day we sent out... Continue Reading →

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