Canvassing at the St Norbert Farmer's Market

Join us in sparking up conversations about energy and environmental justice in our community! Whether you're an experienced canvasser or it's your first time, your time and energy are incredibly valuable in bringing energy justice front and centre in Manitoba. 

We will be talking to folks about the Line 3 pipeline, which is coming to Manitoba this summer, and why we should be concerned and use our power as citizens to fight against this project. For more information on Line 3, see our Line 3 info sheets. We will review all the information and talking points to get your comfortable before you go out on your own.

What: Community canvass 

When: Saturday July 21st, 2018 at 10am-1pm

Where: St. Norbert's Farmers Market, 3514 Pembina Hwy

To Bring: Water, sunscreen, and your passion for energy justice!

What is canvassing, and why do we do it?

As a community-led group, a critical part of the work we do as MEJC is having conversations with communities about energy development and use in the province, and how we can collectively shape our energy future. From hydropower to oil and gas development, we are working to support communities and ecosystems that are bearing the greatest burden of energy projects, and to understand the choices we have to lessen the impacts of these developments. The work hinges on the recognition that we, citizens of Manitoba and Canada, have the power to influence these critical decisions. Community outreach and canvassing is an important opportunity to have these conversations and reach new citizen groups.

Our goal: To grow our community of like-minded people in order to amplify the voices of concerned citizens and build our collective power for future actions.

Your mission: Join our canvass team to have as many personal conversations as possible,­ wherein we get folks signed up and get to know about future opportunities to be involved.

Hannah Muhajarine

Will you come?

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Canvassing at the St Norbert Farmer's Market