Tell Prime Minister Trudeau:

It's time for real climate action. That means freezing the expansion of the tar sands and committing to a justice-based transition to a clean energy economy.


Hi !

We have your contact info saved from last time, just click the button below to continue.

Recently signed up:
Linda Wheeldon Canada
Sheri Stephens Canada
Laurie Johansen Canada
Peter S Noel United States
Bambi Cyprus
Aviva Rosenfeld Canada
Barbara Murdoch Canada
Kenn Quayle Canada
Brian Mackenzie Canada
E Hart Canada
Bernadette Keenan Canada
Karen Elaine Stos Canada
Peter Bannister Canada
Monica Woodley Canada
Diana van Eyk Canada
Eli Blovh United States
Monica Resendes Canada
Catherine Beecraft Canada
Eileen Bengston Canada
Priscilla A. Sagalon Canada
Kara Hornland Canada
Tim Timothy Spence Canada
Shannon Diane Purves-Smith Canada
Colin Allenby Canada
Aldona Grinius Canada
Warren Wilkinson Canada
Drew Schumacher Canada
Theresa Moher Canada
Angela j Jensen United States
Ed A. Aguilar Esq. United States
Sharon McCullough Canada
Vivian Hir United States
Linda Wheeldon Canada
Nicholas Clayton Canada
Gracie Crump United States
Chris Bradley United States
Bethany Britton Canada
Celine-Marie M. Boulanger Canada
Gail Armitage Canada
Gail Armitage Canada
Audrey Taylor Canada
Katherine J Maas Canada
Jan Greenwood Canada
Eric Paquette Canada
René Ebacher Canada
Sebastian Persh Canada
Sebastian Persh Canada
J Dekker Canada
Larry Smallwood Canada
Nita K Pomeroy United States
Susan Seel Canada
Larry K Bird Canada
Mireya Canada
Arlene Seegerts Canada
Bill Canada
Diane Corbin Canada
Linda Letnick Canada
Manfred Winter Canada
Fiona Rayher Canada
Nicole Welsh Canada
Régine Bohar Canada
Steven Most United States
Launa McMahon Canada
Fauzan Indonesia
Erin Drum United States
Mary Kvamme United States
Vincent Guénette Canada
Vincent Guénette Canada
Clarke Hamel Canada
Clarke Hamel Canada
Maureen Knutsen United States
Anne Schoeneborn United States
Daniel Halttunen United States
Jo-Anne Harris Canada
Lynn H Shoemaker United States
Marcia hnatowich United States
Betsey Granda United States
Eduardo Olivera Canada
Bernadette Keenan Canada
Karen Sherwood Canada
Kathrin Luthi Canada
Irwin Rapoport Canada

Climate change demands urgent, decisive action.

As we approach the most important round of international climate negotiations of the decade, we need a deliberate, steady plan to wean Canada off volatile boom-and-bust oil revenues, and reorient our economy toward 21st—not 19th—century technology.

When you find yourself in a hole like this, the first rule is simple: stop digging. This is literally what we need Prime Minister Trudeau to commit to. Freeze the expansion of the tar sands and commit to a justice-based transition to a clean energy economy. No huge new mines on top of the ones that already scar the landscape, poison the environment, and violate Indigenous and treaty rights. Instead, build a just, clean energy economy that works for people and the planet.

Tell Prime Minister Trudeau that climate action and the tar sands just don’t mix.