ACTIVlist Update - May 10, 2017

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Barlow calls on Trudeau to establish a federal ministry of water
Council of Canadians chairperson Maude Barlow has called for the creation of a federal ministry of water.

Kinder Morgan pipeline & LNG industry pivotal issues as Greens hold balance of power in B.C.
The outcome of last night's election in British Columbia is uncertain.

Quill Plains and Prince Albert chapters encourage calls to 43 Liberal MPs on electoral reform
The Council of... Canadians Quill Plains (Wynyard) and Prince Albert chapters are calling on chapter activists and the public across the country to call their Liberal Member of Parliament to encourage them to support electoral reform in a vote expected to take place in the House of Commons within the next three weeks.

Kamloops chapter peace walk draws 200 people as Trudeau pledges bigger military spending
The Council of Canadians Kamloops chapter organized the 42nd annual walk for peace that was held in their community on Saturday May 6.

St. John's chapter supports call for independent review of North Spur at Muskrat Falls dam
The Council of Canadians St. John's chapter activist participated in a petition delivery to the Newfoundland and Labrador legislative building today regarding the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric dam.


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