Powell River students strike for climate action

Youth Go Green students Esmé Long [left] and Macy How, from Brooks Secondary School, recited a poem at the climate strike march that took place in front of the office of Nicholas Simons, MLA for Powell River-Sunshine Coast, on Friday, September 20.

The rally featured speakers, musicians and spoken-word artists, plus support from Climate Action Powell River, UnspOILed Coast and the Council of Canadians.

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Several dozen people showed up for the event to support youth around the world in their efforts to raise consciousness about climate warming.

Paul Galinski photo

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