Québec sans frontières (QSF) is a program that seeks to empower young people, allowing young adults aged between 18 and 35 years old to bring a number of projects to fruition. These projects are usually charitable by nature and take place in Francophone regions of Africa, in Latin America, and in Pacific Asia. This program is for people who have already participated at a QSF project. Québec sans frontières allows young people aged between 18 and 35 years old from the South to come participate in a training program in Quebec.
List of exhibitors : Resources and networks
List of exhibitors categorized in Resources and networks in Montréal
The vegan festival is coming back for his 6th edition on 21st and 22nd of september 2019. This year, our spokesperson is Marc-Olivier Brouillette, former football player of the "Alouettes de Montréal". The festival is a non-profit organisation, handled by volunteers. It is a FREE event where you can discover vegan companies and products, see cooking shows and conferences or pay to participate in thematic sessions.
Front Commun pour la Transition Énergétique invites Quebec to take the step towards the future. More than 60 organizations say yes to an energy transition bringing social justice. The result of a historic alliance between citizen groups, environmental NGOs, indigenous groups and other civil society organizations, including unions and community-based organizations, the Front Commun pour la Transition Énergétique unites forces of more than 60 groups to accelerate the implementation of a transformative energy transition that brings social justice. To this end, it is committed to collaboration, consultation and respect for the diversity, freedom and autonomy of each member group.
We are an independent and non-partisan volunteer citizens’ collective. Our goal is to compel our governments to respond immediately to the climate emergency and to give hope as well as a course of action to the population. We ask our governments to: 1. Ensure, through regular awareness campaigns, that the population is fully informed of the seriousness of climate change and the collapse of biodiversity. 2. Adopt a climate plan that forces governments to reach the IPCC recommended GHG targets to limit global warming. 3. Ban any new oil and gas exploration or development projects and end all direct and indirect fossil fuel subsidies. 4. Create regional structures that will enable citizens to contribute to a fair transition that supports social justice.
Mission 100 Tonnes is a great wave of citizen collaboration that aims to clean our waterways of its waste, and to take action in our daily lives to reduce our use of plastics. The Mission belongs to everyone, and our goal is to highlight the good moves and inspiring stories of those who take inspirational actions, and especially to prove that everyone can be part of the solution. Together, we change the world.
The Green Churches Network helps Christian communities in Canada care for God’s Creation. From the energy efficiency of religious buildings to the prayers in the liturgy, through environmental campaigns, the green team in your community can gradually make Environmental Stewardship a reality. The Green Churches Network has an Board of Directors who oversees the activities of the charity organization. Don’t hesitate to contact us!