Join us and thousands of people across the country to demand that the CBC host a federal leaders' debate on climate change and a Green New Deal during the October election.
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Annette Street library, 145 Annette Street
Fracking is an extreme energy method to extract underground natural gas. It is rapidly expanding in almost every province across Canada. Communities are uniting to oppose fracking because of its high water use, its high carbon emissions, its impacts on human health, the disruption it causes to wildlife, and the danger it poses to groundwater and local drinking water.
Tara Seucharan, Council of Canadians, Toronto Chapter, will speak about this important environmental issue.