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Election campaigns are fast-paced and constantly changing, so we want to make sure all of you know what’s going on. Every Wednesday, we publish a newsletter with the key action and message of the week, highlights from Our Time hubs across the country, and the election state of play.

Past Newsletters

Our Time Newsletter 5

Election campaigns are fast-paced and constantly changing, so we want to make sure all of you know what’s going on. Every Wednesday, we publish another edition of our newsletter. Check it out!

Our Time Newsletter 4

Election campaigns are fast-paced and constantly changing, so we want to make sure all of you know what’s going on. Every Wednesday, we publish another edition of our newsletter. Check it out!

Our Time Newsletter 3

Election campaigns are fast-paced and constantly changing, so we want to make sure all of you know what’s going on. Every Wednesday, we publish another edition of our newsletter. Check it out!

Why we need a federal leaders’ climate debate

On July 17th, I took action in Ottawa alongside thousands of people across the country to push the CBC to host a federal leaders’ debate on climate. It’s shameful that a 6-year-old and her grandmother began imagining solutions to address climate change 15 years ago, while our political leaders only spent 15 minutes on climate change in the last federal election.

Our Time Newsletter 2

Election campaigns are fast-paced and constantly changing, so we want to make sure all of you know what’s going on. Every Wednesday, we will send out an email like this one.

Our Time Newsletter 1

Election campaigns are fast-paced and constantly changing, so we want to make sure all of you know what’s going on. Every Wednesday, we’ll publish a newsletter like this one. It will include the key action and message of the week, highlights from Our Time hubs across the country, and the election state of play.

From Vietnam to Ottawa, the climate crisis is impacting the places I call home

In April this year, that proverbial train crashed not once, but twice into two of the places I call home. Vietnam saw record high temperatures right outside where my grandparents live at the beginning of the summer. At the same time, my new home in Ottawa saw a once-in-a-100-year flood for the second time in the last three years.

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