---- The environment in municipal elections (Translated)
Several member groups of the Réseau demain le Québec are organizing debates on the environment as part of municipal elections in regions you usually cover and are inviting the public to participate.
The "Go Green Debates, Building a Vision for the Future of our Municipalities" will take place from October 18 to 28, 2021, both virtually and in person.
Go Green, a citizen mobilization initiative of which the David Suzuki Foundation is a part, is inviting candidates and citizens of some thirty cities to schedule a week of debates. These debates offer voters the opportunity to meet their candidates and learn about their ideas for the development of their municipality and their proposals regarding environmental issues and the climate crisis.
October 19: Longueuil, Verdun Borough in Montreal, Rouyn-Noranda;
October 20: Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie in Montreal;
October 21: Montreal's South West borough, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu;
October 26: Saguenay;
October 28: Quebec City (Beauport)
To consult the proposals we are making to candidates and political parties in order to make an ambitious commitment in the fight against climate change: https://www.vireauvert.org/propositions_environnementales. About Go Green: https://www.vireauvert.org/
Léa Ilardo, David Suzuki Foundation