Call to Action - Noon - Winnipeg and across Canada
April 22, 2019
Mother Earth needs Canadian Youth to rise up and take action. The most conservative estimates suggest that our oceans could be dead by 2040 and Canadian youth are allowing our leaders to let this happen.
On April 22nd at 12:00 noon Winnipeg time, post secondary students across Canada will meet on campuses and, together, they will march to the offices, city halls, legislatures and other government buildings to demand that our leaders fight climate change with the same vigour that we have fought wars in the past. The time for compromise, discussion and studies is past. The time for action is now.
Always remember, 'IF YOU ARE NOT PLAYING A ROLE IN CREATING A SOLUTION – YOU ARE AN ACTIVE PART OF THE PROBLEM!'
We look forward to hearing from all of our friends in universities and colleges across Canada with your plans on how to help put the above mentioned plan into action.
Time: 12:00 noon
For information contact: email@example.com
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