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Tell Canada’s health minister to come clean about the toxic ingredients in our household cleaners

There is currently no law that requires manufacturers to disclose the full list of chemicals included in household cleaners. That means consumers don’t know which health and environmental hazards we are being exposed to when we use these products. Send a letter to Canada’s Health Minister, Jane Philpot, demanding that household cleaners be properly labeled.

Courtesy of David Suzuki Foundation

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Tell Walmart to donate their unsold produce to charity

40 percent of all food in Canada goes to waste and it’s mostly due to grocery stores like Walmart, who throw away $50 billion worth of food into the trash. Grocery stores are already taking initiative to donate their unsold food, but Walmart hasn’t done so. Sign our petition telling Walmart to donate their unsold produce to charity!

Courtesy of SumOfUs

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The 'Just Because' campaign

Many young people do not verbally express enthusiastic consent before or during sex. Post “Just Because” flyers around your college or university campus to raise awareness about what sexual consent actually means.

Courtesy of DoSomething.org

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Petition to protect wild and native bees

Tell Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change to help our environment by protecting wild and native bees. Take action today!

Courtesy of Friends of the Earth

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