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No more big polluter handouts - Canada needs a Green and Just Recovery!

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The federal government is about to give the Canadian economy a multi- billion-dollar kick-start in an effort to recover from the COVID-19 health crisis. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to invest in a Green Recovery - a sustainable stimulus package focused on increasing employment and helping Canada transition to a cleaner and more equitable economy.


But some of Canada’s biggest polluters, like oil, gas and petrochemical companies, are pushing hard for the federal government to funnel recovery spending into their pockets instead. The proof? In the last two months, the oil and gas lobby has had more meetings with government officials than any other industry.


Oil, gas and petrochemical companies are powerful, and they will try everything they can to dominate recovery spending. But the health crisis has taught us a valuable lesson - when we act together, we can overcome even the largest of obstacles.


This is urgent. Tell the federal government that you do not want billions and billions of dollars handed over to big polluters that will compromise our environment and accelerate climate change. Instead, demand that they invest in a Green Recovery, capable of shifting Canada towards a stronger, equitable, and more sustainable society.


Email Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland to ask for a green and just recovery. You are not alone, 4 out of 5 Quebecers want a green and just recovery! This is our best chance to let our government know.


Take action in 3 quick and easy steps:

1) Enter your contact details above to see the pre-written email. Your postal code allows you to find the contact details of your MP;
2) If desired, personalize the email;
3) Press send. The email will be sent from your email, which ensures that it is received by the recipients.


Your email will be sent to Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland, your MP, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, Navdeep Bains, to the leaders of the opposition, as well as to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.


If you agree to hear from us, we will keep you informed of the progress of the campaign and the gains we have made to achieve a green and just recovery. Remember to check the box.


Thanks in advance!