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    advocacy training:

    Prairies Edition

    Join us Jan. 27- Feb. 25

    Online and in-person

    Are you worried about climate change but are not sure how to make a difference? Whether you're an individual eager to communicate about climate change in your community, feeling isolated and seeking connections others, or

    interested in organizing for action, this training is for you! You will learn the basics, hear about inspiring organizations and people who are making a difference on the Prairies, and have a chance to work in small groups led by mentors dedicated to fostering your learning.


    The final hybrid session is taking place in Winnipeg and online, February 24-25. Register free to be a part of it!

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    Join us in Winnipeg

    February 24-25

    Don't miss this change to
    connect with climate advocates from Manitoba and across the Prairies. Don't consider yourself a climate advocate yet? Well, this is also a great place to start!


    We have an inspiring line-up of guests, a beautiful venue, and even a free lunch! Two days of community connection and capacity building with activites, panels and workshops led by seasoned activists, reseachers, change-makers and creators. See you there!

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    Creating connections and building capacity

    Polls consistently show that the majority of Prairie Canadians are deeply concerned about climate change. This training is all about supporting you in creating community, organizing local campaigns and building the necessary momentum to transform concern into action. Help us bring people together and empower one another to act on the problems we’re facing in our communities.


    That’s what the Prairie Regional Training is all about. And you’re invited to be a part of it! The training includes acesss to an online learning platform, three live sessions accessible both in person and online (hybrid), and group projects facilitated by mentors. Participation is open to anyone from across Canada, but presentations and workshops have been designed with particular attention to the realities of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

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  • Important dates


    January 27–February 25

    Online training platform and group project


    January 27

    Hybrid Session #1 - Saskatoon, SK

    in-person venue: University of Saskatchewan, Education Building room EDUC 2014


    See full-day schedule


    February 10

    Hybrid Session #2 - Calgary, AB

    in-person venue: Scarboro Community Association


    See full-day schedule


    February 24-25

    Hybrid Session #3 - Winnipeg, MB

    in person-venue: The Leaf, a spectacular indoor horticultural attraction in Assiniboine Park


    See two-day schedule

  • Training overview


    You’re invited to be a part of our training that includes three components: All components will be accessible online through our platform, but our live trainings will also be accessible in-person across three cities.

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    Online Training Modules

    A series of videos, podcasts and articles that can be completed on our learning platform at the convenience of each participant anytime over the course of the training. This will cover content related to key topics around climate justice and local advocacy.

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    Hybrid sessions in three cities

    Two one-day sessions in Calgary and in Saskatoon and a final two-day session in Winnipeg. Each session will provide unique presentations on local issues and workshops on advocacy skills.

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    Group project

    You will work in small groups on a project with facilitation by mentors to be presented at the final session in Winnipeg. Projects will focus on creating an advocacy tool, campaign idea, issue summary, or an exploration of the group learning process.

  • Attendees will benefit from

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    A certification from The Climate Reality Project Canada (minimum of 18 hours of participation)  

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    An online training platform for the event, allowing people to learn at their own pace

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    Access to our resources, staff support, and mentorship within the Prairies

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    Access to learning material after the training is over via the online platform

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    Knowledge of local organizations and individuals in their region taking action on topics participants care about   

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    Connection with likeminded people across the Prairies through in-person and virtual events  

  • Advocacy Training Press release

    Click below to view our press release for the 2024 Advocacy Training in the Prairies.

  • Our Partners

    Thank you to our partners for their generous support!

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