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  • Forum for our Future: Manitoba Leaders Debate on Climate Change and the Environment

    Recording from event:

    Posted by Wilderness Committee – Manitoba Office on Thursday, September 5, 2019

    The world is facing an environmental climate crisis, and Manitoba has the solutions! Join us for a debate featuring each party’s plan for protecting our environment and responding to the climate emergency, including the need to meet social objectives and international commitments.

    Featuring:
    Dugald Lamont, Liberal Party Leader (Confirmed)
    Wab Kinew, New Democrat Party Leader (Confirmed)
    James Beddome, Green Party Leader (Confirmed)
    Brian Pallister, Progressive Conservative Leader (Unconfirmed)

    Organized by:
    Manitoba Eco-Network
    Green Action Centre
    Wilderness Committee
    Sustainable Building Manitoba
    Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives – Manitoba office
    Manitoba Public Health Association
    Bike Winnipeg
    Manitoba Youth for Climate Action
    Manitoba Energy Justice Coalition
    Youth in a Green War
    Unitarian Universalist Church Green Action Committee

    09 / 23 / 20

  • Chantel Henderson

    Chantel currently works for the Green Action Centre as their Indigenous Programs Outreach Coordinator. Recently, she completed a Graduate Diploma in Community Economic Development from Concordia University. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Urban and Inner-City Studies from the University of Winnipeg. Chantel’s interests include renewable energy development for First Nations communities across Canada, community economic development and social enterprise entrepreneurship. As a volunteer she has served on the boards of the Spence Neighbourhood Association, Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal, Centre for Gender Advocacy and Daniel McIntyre St Matthews Community Association. She has provided support to the National Elders Gathering Conference in 2019, Folklorama’s First Nation Pavilion and the University of Winnipeg Aboriginal Student Council.

    03 / 29 / 20