Citizen Action Monitor

David and Goliath story – Small Quebec village wins legal battle over oil and gas company  

Town faced million-dollar lawsuit over new bylaw passed to protect its water from nearby drilling. No 2173 Posted by fw, March 3, 2018 “A small Quebec town that was facing … Continue reading

March 3, 2018

BC municipal leaders, acting in concert, press provincial and federal governments to put environment ahead of economy

Vancouver, Victoria, Burnaby resolutions target Kinder Morgan and National Energy Board over pipelines No 1154 Posted by fw, September 29, 2014 It is so refreshing to see this burst of … Continue reading

September 29, 2014

Guess which smaller Canadian communities are leading the fight against climate change

Would you believe Dawson Creek, BC, Guelph, ON, Varennes, QC, T’Sou-ke First Nation, BC, Bridgewater, NS? No 1153 Posted by fw, September 28, 2014 “DeSmog Canada reached out to experts across … Continue reading

September 28, 2014

Building local economic resilience — Three innovative strategies that build on local strengths and create new economic futures for municipalities

True economic resilience isn’t about just weathering tough times, it’s about building community capacity No 1055 Posted by fw, May 18, 2014 “True economic resilience isn’t about just weathering tough … Continue reading

May 18, 2014

Lament for Canada’s Partners for Climate Protection (PCP) program. Pt 2/2: The “lamentable” evidence

No 37, Posted by fw, Aug 1, 2010 This two-part post is a summary of David Gordon’s research study of Partners for Climate Protection (PCP) program. PCP was created to … Continue reading

August 1, 2010 · Leave a comment

Lament for Canada’s Partners for Climate Protection (PCP) program: Pt 1/2: What is PCP? Why and how does it exert influence on municipal climate change policy?

No 36, Posted by fw, July 31, 2010 lament n. 1. a feeling or an expression of grief, a lamentation; 2. a formal expression of sorrow or mourning, esp. in verse … Continue reading

July 31, 2010 · Leave a comment