A European Union-funded project is asking young Canadians to join an online policy development challenge to fix problems related to racism, health, climate change, gender equality and education.
Lawyers for 15 young Canadians suing the federal government over its role in exacerbating the harms of climate change will this week fight Ottawa’s effort to have the case thrown out.
Young people want to see a green rebuilding and universal basic income included in the roadmap the Liberal government will lay out on Wednesday for how the country can recover from COVID-19.
Many of Ontario’s growing number of new COVID-19 cases are in the Greater Toronto Area and some have already shown up in schools, while parents and teachers worry about minimally spaced classrooms and buses exacerbating a potential second wave.
Pivot 2020 is a youth mission to find out how cities can be improved in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the group is hiring 1,200 young people and training them to research and analyse the concerns of their peers.
In the second instalment of this series on Toronto’s climate action protest movement, a Colombian expat goes from never attending a climate strike to helping plan for the first global street event of the COVID-19 era.
A Toronto area project to engage youth in climate action is upping its game with a new accelerator program to help develop the solid ideas of young people into green businesses and social enterprises.
Ontario government lawyers and counsel for seven young people grappled over whether climate change and the province’s response to it is something a court should get involved in judging.
A group of young people from the 905 area outside Toronto are not letting the need to stay safe during a pandemic keep them from their work pushing for climate action in their municipalities and beyond.
Future Majority wants to talk about mental health, climate change, basic income, racial justice and affordable education when they get the ear of politicians making post-pandemic plans.