Get informed with the Voter's Guide to the Climate Crisis Election
The climate crisis is a pivotal issue for Canadians this election.
We’ve released the Voter's Guide to the Climate Crisis Election to help explain the key issues in climate change science and policy and provide an assessment of the climate change platforms of the major federal political parties.
See how the parties stacked up.
Changing the Political Climate
During the election, candidates will be knocking on your door, asking for your vote. Will they be talking about the environment as an election issue? Let's take every chance we can, to make the climate crisis the focus of every party's campaign.
All-candidates meetings provide great opportunities to ask questions. You can contact a candidate's office, to find out when the debates are coming up. If you have more time, you can help organize a debate focusing on the environment, with the help of your local community association.
Parties pay attention during election time. Here's a list of suggested questions to ask candidates, on your doorstop or at all-candidates meetings. You can also show your support for making the climate crisis an election issue, by posting a sign in your window – an election tool kit with pdf posters and flyers will be available from the Climate Crisis blog.
Climate Crisis Election Blog
With only a month to go before another federal election, Sierra Club Canada campaigners are sharing their analysis, ideas, rants, raves on our climate crisis election blog.
Check in daily to read our take on the latest policy announcement, debate fallout, polling information and more.
My Two Cents
Our climate change campaigner takes on Harper's announcement to reduce the tax of diesel fuel my two cents.
Four Former Prime Ministers support Carbon Pricing
Stephen Hazell discusses the announcement by Martin, Cambell, Clark and Turner to support a price on carbon.