Canada Day Parade 2022

For Our Grandchildren joined other environmental and social justice activist groups in Peterborough at the Canada Day Parade in 2022. Washboard Hank and Paul Cragg led the music with Do It Now and many other songs. Other groups in the section organized by Council of Canadians included Peterborough Alliance for Climate Action (PACA) and Transition … Read more

End Climate Delay Rally

About 60 people gathered in the rain on the anniversary of the heat dome that killed over 600 people in British Columbia last June. Guy Hanchet reminded the crowd of just how far back the delay goes, listing the milestones that have passed when governments have been alerted but have not taken action. Dr. Thomas … Read more

Trees for the Climate

On a beautiful Saturday people who had requested a free tree to rebuild the urban canopy joined with 10 environmental groups for a day of fun learning about the importance of trees. In collaboration with For Our Grandchildren (4RG), partner organizations for the event included GreenUP’s Ecology Park, The Sacred Water Circle, Otonabee Region Conservation … Read more

Peterborough’s Environmental Debate

Peterborough’s Environment debate took place on Thursday, May 12, at Trent University. The event was organized by local youth activists in conjunction with For Our Grandchildren, GreenUp, Kawartha World Issues Centre and the Federation of Ontario Cottagers Association and was by broadcast live on YouTube to over 220 viewers. The recording can be viewed here. … Read more

Electrify Everything

More and more people are becoming more and more concerned about the impacts of the climate catastrophe that are looming in our short term future. You have heard that we need to transition away from burning fossil fuels such as gas, oil, and coal. You may have heard that we need to decarbonise. But just … Read more

Youth Climate Action Club holds Rally

Peterborough’s newly formed Youth Climate Action Club, students from nine to fourteen years old, held a rally attended by about 100 supporters. Full coverage of the story appeared here in the Examiner on Saturday. And here on the Kawartha Now website. After drawing attention on the street with hand made signs, several of the young … Read more

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