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Chip in to ramp up our people-powered campaign for a Green New Deal in Budget 2020

Finance Minister Bill Morneau is speaking at a big event about Canada’s economy in Toronto this Friday.

It’s a perfect opportunity to bring our campaign for massive investments in Green New Deal policies directly to the Minister with a powerful action, just as he’s finalizing this year’s budget. He promised a climate budget and our people power could convince him to make historic investments in good, clean jobs, home retrofits, public transit, and infrastructure in Indigenous communities. But it won’t be possible unless we can raise the funds to pay for it.

If we raise $8,000 by Thursday, we can catch the media’s attention with big, flashy signs, get inside to hand-deliver the petition, and launch a powerful social media campaign to amplify our message. It’s sure to get Minister Morneau’s attention.

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