Here are 7 candidates we simply can’t afford to elect in this election if we want action on the climate crisis — luckily, they’re up against climate champions who can defeat them.

Candidates our climate can’t afford from left to right, Julie Dzerowicz (Davenport), Kerry Diotte (Edmonton Griesbach), Terry Beech (Burnaby North-Seymour), Taleeb Noormohamed (Vancouver Granville), Seamus O’Regan (St. John’s South — Mount Pearl), Steven Guilbeault (Laurier — Sainte-Marie)

The Liberals are trying to scare us into voting for them to prevent a Conservative victory. But, the truth is that national polls obscure what’s happening at the local level.

Squamish Mobilization for #CanadaOnFire Day of Action on September 8th 2021 — Photo by Samuel Foss

NDP — Conservative Races



Pictured are 4 of the 7 game-changers 350 Canada is endorsing in this election. From left to right, Amy Norman (Labrador), Anjali Appadurai (Vancouver Granville), Anna Keenan (Malpeque), and Avi Lewis (West Vancouver—Sunshine Coast—Sea to Sky Country)


Albertans rally for climate action at the Legislature building in Edmonton. (September 2019) Photo Credit: Abdul Malik.


ID: A banner reads “Cancel Canada Day”


We are taking pause to contend with the heaviness of this moment.

Kamloops Indian Residential School photo shared by MP Leah Gazan



Photo: Robert van Waarden | Survival Media


A young person holds up a sign that reads “This is NOT fine” at the Toronto climate strike in September 2019 — Photo Credit: Allan Lissner

1. Canada greenlights three offshore drilling projects

350 Canada

Pushing Canada to take real #climate leadership by freezing #tarsands and keeping fossil fuels in the ground. We're part of a global climate justice movement.

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