Join the Ottawa Climate Strike!

On March 15th, more than 150,000 students were officially on strike across Québec. At other events, young people across have Canada marched in the streets, demanding action today to ensure we have a world for future generations.

Young people have been going on strike around the world every Friday since Greta Thunberg set off #FridaysForFuture in August of 2018, and have been waging creative protests to push politicians to take bold action and tackle the climate crisis head on.

On September 27, the entire planet is on strike. Not just students, but also workers, citizens - as the climate crisis spares nobody, we must all be mobilized. Let’s make this date an historic moment, a moment of true change.

It is high time we take matters into our own hands.

Join us at the Global Climate Strike to demand accountability and action regarding the climate crisis!

Let us know you're coming! RSVP now at this link:

We will be meeting at Confederation Park at 11:30am.

WHEN: September 27, 2019 at 11:30am - 2pm

WHERE: Confederation Park (Laurier Ave. and Elgin St.)

After the mass marches and rally on Parliament for the Global Climate Strike... be part of a mass bike ride for the climate!

Bring your bikes to one of the two march meeting points, ready for the ride afterwards. Or if you can't make the mid-day marches, meet us late afternoon at The Spider on Sussex!

Proposed itinerary:
3:00pm leave from Confederation Park
3:30pm meetup point in Gatineau (Portage @ Laval)
4:30pm meetup point at The Spider (at National Art Gallery)
5:45pm at Confederation Park

Here is the facebook link for the Climate Strike Bike:

For more information about the march, please see the event page:

We need organizers! Will you step up to invite your friends to join you on the big day? Contact Clara to see how you can help out.

CONTACT: Clara Cuny · [email protected] · 613-860-5353

Hope to see you there!

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