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    Ontario Power Generation plans to bury radioactive nuclear waste right beside Lake Huron. Stop this insanity.
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  • Support Diversity and Inclusion at the Nelson & District Women's Centre
    Help support our marginalized community members - including Indigenous Women and people of all marginalized genders! If you care about the importance of creating welcoming and inclusive policies for the Nelson & District Women's Centre, please come to the AGM on Wednesday, December 4th, or send a proxy vote to elect board members who aim to build a longer table, not a higher wall. Here's how to take action: ***Everyone*** Sign on here to show your support, and please share urgently to spread the word! ***Self-identified Women - come to the AGM or send your proxy vote in support*** Option 1. The best option, if you can, is to come to the AGM in person. You can sign up to be a member at the AGM, and then vote. Option 2. If you can't make it in person, you can vote by proxy if you are a member in good standing and request a proxy vote by 4pm on Tuesday Dec 3rd. - Become a member of the NDWC with a donation at (it suggests a $15+ donation but you can choose to donate less if that is an obstacle) - Email to get a proxy vote form - Give you completed proxy vote form to another member, or click where it says "Campaign created by Kara Douglas" above, email, and we will connect you with someone to give your proxy vote to - Please make sure whoever you are giving your proxy to is someone you know is supportive of inclusion, and give them the list of candidates below
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  • Unity Project
    Addressing the crisis’ in our beloved country is a formidable challenge. From coast to coast with all regions included we have numerous areas of concern that need immediate action. No longer can we kick the can down the road, from one government to the next. Founders of the “Unity Project” have seen enough and demand that action be taken now. We have a strategy that has been adapted to the current status of our nation and will see it applied. The Government is acting with half measures on the housing, mental health and general well being of common citizens. Prudent attention is given to business and landowners’ needs while people continue to suffer. We do not believe there to be any legitimate reason for the unemployed to drift into a cycle of debt and compromise. We must use our workforce to it’s maximum potential with training and education for the careers developing on the global spectrum. Our environment, waste management, resource management, housing, agriculture, energy and transportation industries are all areas which require innovation and expansion now. While earning market value, these sectors could employ the nation. The people would be working and paying taxes while expanding Canadas' reputation, ability and strength in global markets. Please sign this petition to show our leaders that you have had enough of the obstruction to our personal fulfillment of life. Demand action now by supporting the “Unity Project” ! Government and business must collaborate on a strategy that builds a sustainable, inclusive economy across Canada. We have the technology, the need and the money. The challenge is overcoming the greed within the current systems. Discontent within our Nation is growing rapidly, real action is demanded now.
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  • Making "Universal Medicare" Universal: Calling for a National Pharmacare Strategy
    This letter was written by alarmed Resident Physicians and Medical Students representing university faculties across Canada. As physicians of tomorrow and alongside concerned citizens, we are requesting that Minister of Health Philpott: 1) Discuss including a National Pharmacare Strategy in the Health Accord and commit to work towards it during your mandate. 2) Engage in dialogue with the five key partners (healthcare professionals under the auspices of the Canadian Medical Association, governments, academics and universities, health managers, and patients) about how to develop a National Pharmacare Strategy. 3) Act on the CMA recommendation to establish a new funding program for catastrophic coverage of prescription medication as a step toward universal pharmacare.
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  • Tiny houses for Vancouver
    We want mayoral and council candidates to: 1. Include tiny houses as part of their housing platforms in the upcoming municipal election (October 2018) 2. Once elected, work with BC Tiny House Collective (BCTHC) or local tiny house advocacy groups to implement a tiny home pilot project on a site in the City of Vancouver, to showcase and further explore how tiny homes can be incorporated into the community 3. Once elected, work to legalize tiny houses by supporting amendments to the BC Building Code/Vancouver Building Bylaw, as well as the development of CSA standards specific to mobile tiny houses, as part of the City of Vancouver's strategies for affordable and sustainable housing options 4. Once elected, work to legalize tiny houses by introducing a motion to council advocating for the potential of adding a new zoning for mobile tiny homes in City of Vancouver
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  • I support the University of Alberta's right to award David Suzuki an Honorary Degree
    We support your decision to award Dr. David Suzuki an honorary degree for his environmental research, advocacy, and education initiatives.
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  • Build Accessible Low-cost Housing
    Please build accessible, affordable housing in every city in BC that has a low vacancy rate. On the Accessible Housing BC registry (sponsored by Spinal Cord Injury BC) on January 30, 2017 there were only 5 accessible vacancies in the whole of BC, none of which were outside the Lower Mainland.
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  • Stop Woodfibre LNG
    Howe Sound is world renowned for its wild natural beauty, recreational opportunities, and the vibrant communities we call home. We value intact ecosystems that sustain and support our communities, our livelihoods, and our diverse local economies. The proposed Woodfibre LNG project is based on faulty economics, will harm marine and terrestrial ecosystems, and poses an unacceptable health and safety risk for the communities of Howe Sound. This project does not fit our values. We call on the Provincial and Federal governments to reject the Woodfibre LNG project and its associated pipelines and tankers.
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  • 100% Social Housing at 58 West Hastings Now!
    Provide enough funds so that, as promised, 100% of the housing at the city-owned site on 58 W Hastings can be rented to people who can only afford welfare and basic pension rate rents ($375-$438/month)
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  • Humber: Don't expel students for needing a payment plan
    Don’t let students fall through the cracks. Reverse unfair rules expelling students who can’t meet arbitrary tuition deadlines and allow students facing economic barriers to use a payment plan to pay tuition.
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  • What you can do for #metoo in Alberta
    Create legislation requiring that all post-secondary institutions in the province develop and implement adequate sexual violence prevention policies, and create oversight mechanisms to ensure that they are effectively implemented. Provide the necessary funding to post-secondary institutions, student groups, and community organisations so that they are able to implement sexual violence prevention policies thoroughly.
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  • The fight for street people all across the globe
    Especially for indigenous, visible minorities, and finally for people who have mental illness who are currently living on thr street. Also for the women who are currently on the street across the world. There needs to be a retraining of the police so those people will receive a hot meal, a soft bed to sleep and finally a bath or shower and razor and deodorant. Finally the women who live on the street who are raped, assaulted, and helping those with alcohol and drug issues. Getting more affordable housing.
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