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Are you coming to Power Shift Canada?

September 13th, 2009
Are you coming to Power? In October, over 1000 young people will converge on Ottawa to ask for bold, comprehensive and immediate action on climate change.
Register Today!
www.powershiftcanada.ecobytes.net info@powershiftcanada.org
Power Shift Canada is the largest-ever gathering of young people on the environment in the history of this country. From October 23 to 26 2009, over 1,000 young people from across the country will converge in Ottawa to take a message of bold, comprehensive and immediate federal climate action to Parliament Hill. Join us for three days of inspirational speakers, rewarding training, empowering workshops, entertaining concerts, strategic planning, and united lobbying to understand, push, prepare, develop, strengthen and connect through the climate crisis. Sincerely, The Power Shift Canada Team

In October, over 1000 young people will converge on Ottawa to ask for bold, comprehensive and immediate action on climate change.

Canada Needs You! Register Today.

Power Shift Canada is the largest-ever gathering of young people on the environment in the history of this country.

From October 23 to 26 2009, over 1,000 young people from across the country will converge in Ottawa to take a message of bold, comprehensive and immediate federal climate action to Parliament Hill.

Join us for three days of inspirational speakers, rewarding training, empowering workshops, entertaining concerts, strategic planning, and united lobbying to understand, push, prepare, develop, strengthen and connect through the climate crisis.

Sincerely,
The Power Shift Canada Team



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