Make a call: tell senators to pass Bill C-12

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The Senate voted to extend debate on critical legislation until Tuesday, June 29th — including Bill C-12 Canada's climate accountability law.1 

That means we still have time to unleash a final flood of public pressure to convince Senators that the public wants them to act quickly to pass Bill C-12 into law before they rise for the summer. 

But the Senate could vote on Bill C-12 anytime in the next 36 hours so we have to act fast. A livable future for us, our children, and future generations hangs in the balance. Make a call now.
It’ll only take a minute, but it will make a big difference. It’s super easy.
  1. Read the talking points below.
  2. Enter your information to the right, including your phone number 
  3. We’ll call you back, connecting you directly to a senator
  4. Leave a message on the answering machine if you reach voicemail. If you speak to office staff, just ask them to pass on your message. Make sure to tell them your name.

Talking points to include in your message:
We've included talking points but if you're a parent or grandparent worried about future generations, or a young person concerned about the climate emergency your story goes a long way. 
  • I am calling to ensure you don't miss a historic opportunity for climate action in Canada
  • Bill C-12 will help ensure Canada meets its climate targets, but it needs to pass into law before the senate adjourns for the summer, or risk delaying critical climate action. 
  • I urge you to do what is right for our future generations. Canadians are counting on you to act quickly and pass Bill C-12.
  • Please stay seated until Bill C-12 passes.

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You can use the talking points listed but feel free to personalize it.

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