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100 Debates on the Environment

Posted On: Sunday, September 12, 2021

September 12, 2021: Simcoe-Grey federal candidates articulated their positions on a range of environmental issues in a virtual debate on Wednesday, September 8. Bren Munro from the Liberal Party, Lucas Gillies from the NCP and Nick Clayton from the Green Party answered questions ranging from climate change and toxins to inequities and indigenous reconciliation. Conservative candidate Terry Dowdall declined the invitation to participate stating that his calendar did not allow him to do so.

100 Debates on the Environment

This debate was part of the nationwide 100 Debates on the Environment initiated by GreenPAC, and organized by four climate action teams within the riding:  Collingwood Climate Action Team, Wasaga Beach Climate Action Team, Climate Action Now Network in the Town of Blue Mountains and New Tecumseth Climate Action.  A recording of this debate is available on Youtube at:  Rogers will also air the recording on local stations as per the following schedule:  

Tuesday Sept 14 @ 11am
Tuesday Sept 14 @ 6pm
Thursday Sept 16 @ 9pm
Friday Sept 17 @ 6pm
Sunday Sept 19 @ 7pm

Alliston/ Borden
Tuesday Sept 14 @ 6pm
Sunday Sept 19 @ 6pm

ABOUT 100 DEBATES ON THE ENVIRONMENT: 100 Debates on the Environment is a project coordinated by GreenPAC. Visit for more information on the project and for a list of local debates.

About the Collingwood Climate Action Team: Formed in 2019, CCAT is currently leading a number of projects to help people reduce carbon emissions. For more information visit: . Contact: Ruth Plant,,  705-606-9653

About the Wasaga Beach Climate Action Team: WBCAT’s mission is to work collaboratively with the government and the community to inspire climate mitigation and adaptation. Contact: Kathleen Caswell,, 705-220-5677

About New Tecumseth Climate Action: This group was formed in 2019 after the Climate Strike at Banting Memorial High School in Alliston. The objective is to raise local awareness and advocate for community level solutions to the climate crisis. Contact: Stephanie Wolfe,, 705-440-6648

About Climate Action Now Network: Formed in 2019, this group raises awareness and responds to environmental and climate change issues in the Town of the Blue Mountains and area. Contact: Lorraine Sutton,,  519-599-6195


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