Our Time KW Organizing Meeting event added.

Sept 21st, 12Noon-2:00pmOur Time KW Organizing Meeting, Social Development Centre Waterloo Region (St John’s church), 23 Water Street North, Kitchener (streetview, map).
The climate crisis is here, and as youth, we will be affected more than any generation before us. As the largest voting bloc for the first time in Canadian history, we also have a huge opportunity. For decades, fossil fuel billionaires and their political allies have put people and the planet in jeopardy. Last fall, scientists confirmed we only have until 2030 to cut our emissions in half to avoid catastrophic climate change. Their time is over. The 2019 election is Our Time. Please register and get more details here.

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Beyond Crisis, Screening

A story of hope for a rapidly changing world.

Join us at the Princess Twin Cinema at 46 King Street North in Waterloo on Monday Sept 23, 2019 from 6:30-9pm for the showing of the climate documentary Beyond Crisis directed by artist-director Kai Reimer-Watts.

Beyond Crisis was started by a small team of filmmakers who rallied to film the historic 2014 People’s Climate March in New York. Shortly following the march, the team incorporated as Toronto PCM (“People’s Climate March”), and evolved a small, committed crew to carry the film forwards.

While Beyond Crisis has had contributions from a wide range of talented artists and film professionals along the way, it was carried to completion largely by volunteer efforts with artist-director Kai Reimer-Watts leading the project. The film has always been perceived as a story generated with community, for community, and is now on its way to being shared with all those who inspire it as a tool for community engagement and action.

Get more information at ClimateStrikeWR.ca on the Events page.

Waterloo Region Strikes for the Climate

Waterloo Region which includes the cities of Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo and the townships of North Dumfries, Wellesley, Wilmont, and Woolwich is Striking for the Climate during the week of Sept 20-27, 2019 and would like to invite all residents and our neighbours and friends to join us.

The world is facing a climate emergency, with real impacts on the lives and futures of all people here in Waterloo Region and around the globe. That’s why this September 20th – 27th we are RISING UP to demand bold climate action and justice alongside millions of people around the world – join us!

For more information go to ClimateStrikeWR.ca