Here's a sample of actions we've organized and executed.


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fEB 1, 2018 — TRUDEAU TOWN HALL INTERRUPTION 

While Justin Trudeau avoided answering tough questions about the climate, our organizers stood proudly with banners declaring our stance: we are Albertans against pipelines, who support Indigenous rights and sovereignty, and who are ready for a just transition to renewables. We will not be silenced, and we will not stop fighting.

Photo by Mike Hudema


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DEC 7, 2017 — NOTLEY TOWN HALL PROTEST

As Rachel Notley spoke inside at the Shaw Conference centre at an event hosted by Capital Power, we had a bright presence outside. We wanted to make sure that it is known that not all Albertans are pro-pipeline, and that the voices opposing pipeline expansion are neither fringe nor radical. In an era of global climate change, we need to keep oil in the ground, respect Indigenous rights, and invest in a renewable energy transition that supports all workers in the province.

Photo by Elauna Boutwell


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OCT 6, 2017 — HIGH LEVEL BANNER DROP

One early morning in October, a group of educators, workers, students and community organizers unfurled a 50 foot wide banner off the High Level bridge to dispel the myth that all Albertans are in agreement with the controversial Kinder Morgan expansion. Albertans are ready for a stable economic future and not another ill-fated pipe dream.

Photo by Elauna Boutwell