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Dear Green Neighbours

Here's one more resource for you as the federal election approaches. This live event takes place this Thursday, September 16 at 7 pm.

The election is here,
and voters want real climate leadership.

This summer's heatwaves and fires, in conjunction with the recent IPCC report, have made it clear: the climate crisis is here, and it demands urgent action. Recent polls have shown that climate will be top of mind for voters this election - but far from being a single issue, climate is intertwined with every other aspect of our lives, society, and economy.

On Thursday, September 16th at 7:00 PM (Eastern Time), Climate Action Network Canada will host a bilingual roundtable discussion bringing together representatives from all major parties to participate in a constructive dialogue on how to advance climate action in Canada. Fatima Syed, host of the CANADALAND Backbench podcast, and Caroline Brouillette, Domestic Policy Manager at Climate Action Network Canada, will moderate the conversation. We’ll hear how each party plans to build a safe and healthy future for people and the planet - and how and when they’ll implement those plans.

Register now
Broadcast on both Zoom and Facebook Live, this 90-minute event will dig into the issues with each party through an extensive Q&A. If you're tuning in via Zoom, you'll have access to simultaneous translation, in addition to English-language closed captioning - numbers are limited, so register now!

This is the conversation voters need. Be sure to join us on Thursday alongside Dan Albas, Laurel Collins, Kristina Michaud, Dr. Imre Szeman, and the Hon. Jonathan Wilkinson to have your questions answered ahead of election day. Together, we can determine what real climate leadership looks like.

I'll be there!

And once you've made up your mind, here’s some more information about how to vote:

Emoji Check where your local polling booth is. If you’re not sure where to vote, search on the Elections Canada website.

Emoji If you're a student on campus, unfortunately the vote on campus program is not running this year. For more resources on student voting
click here.

Emoji Ensure you have the right ID. Click here to find out what ID you need to bring with you to cast a ballot.

Emoji For all other ways to vote check out the "Ways to vote" page on the Elections Canada website.

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