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BC Rising. Together We Rise.

BC 15 Minute/Smart City Coalition

Together we can make a change. Join us today.

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All of BC

NEWSLETTER
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Open to All

Contact Email

BC15Min@proton.me

Coalition Contacts

Central Kootenay Contact: climatetruthcoalition@proton.me

Kamloops Contact: https://www.savecanada.com/contact

Cowichan Valley Contact: https://coap.ca/contact-us/

Kelowna Contact: kelowna15min@proton.me

Penticton Contact: Penticton15min@proton.me

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BCRising, BC Rising, 15MinuteCity, SmartCity

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Our Coalition
Our goal is to provide a comprehensive source of information, support
and opportunities for people and groups who are concerned about the
BC Climate Action Plans being approved throughout BC.

NEW! BC 15-Minute/Smart City Coalition

Click the Subscribe  button in the lefthand side Now to receive our NEW weekly newsletter, which includes zoom meeting links, latest news and local actions.

See below our list of previous newsletters packed with great information for you! If you have difficulty opening the newsletter link, pause your VPN and try again.

Our Sept. 19th zoom meeting featured Ontario Guest Speaker Maggie Braun. You can view this video of her as our guest speaker in our BC 15-Min Smart City Coalition meeting. View the recording of her 45-min presentation followed by Q&A of people across BC on the BC Rising Rumble page: https://rumble.com/v3k721q-bc-15-min-smart-city-coalition-guest-speaker-maggie-braun.html

Also see Maggie’s substack here: https://substack.com/@maggiehopebraun

You can best prepare for these BC 15 minute city meetings by watching 3 pre-requisite informational videos on 15-Minute cities.  These can be found on our Resouces page, or by clicking the links below.

15 Minute Smart Cities – The Pig Problem
Investigating Smart Cities -Part 1
Investigating Smart Cities -Part 2

For more info or to add your group to the BC 15-Min./Smart City Coalition, contact: BC15Min@proton.me

INSPIRING ACTIONS HAPPENING ACROSS CANADA:

KICLEI – UN  – https://open.substack.com/pub/gather2030/p/kiclei-operation-take-back-our-towns?r=15kj21&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web

AND

Joel Sussman speech to Aurora City Council – info on how you can do this too is coming – https://gather2030.substack.com/p/kiclei?utm_source=profile&utm_medium=reader2

 

Newsletter Links

Aug 27, 2023 – BC Fires and 15 Minute Cites – https://conta.cc/3QT3u8H

Sep 17, 2023 – Stolen Water videos and much more – https://conta.cc/3rayIOe

Oct 2, 2023 – BC Emergency Program Act, Fires, Farmers and city meetings – https://conta.cc/3LJ5uwI

15 Minute Smart City Flyer
Print and hand out to share information with everyone – click  on image
LISTEN: AUDIO BOOK – Rosa Koire – behind the green mask
An interesting, clearly written, how-to-manual for identifying and fighting UN Agenda 21, here it is. Agenda 21–All the information you need to understand what is happening in your town, why it’s happening, who is behind it, and what you can do to stop it. Part history, part current events, part hand-to-hand combat, and part blueprint for keeping your freedom, this is one book that you’ll put to work immediately. Boots on the ground and all hands on deck is the order of the day. Awareness is the first step in the Resistance.
RELATED ACTIONS AROUND BC

Visit Kamloops Community Safety Committee website to check out their actions and events to learn more.

KCSC – Check out this grassroots group in Kamloops

The Kamloops Citizens Safety Committee is a non-profit association of residents within the Thompson Nicola Regional District boundaries.

Learn more about….

BC Rising Smart City Flyer explains what SMART really means.

Visit C.O.A.P. website & check out their actions & events & subscribe to receive COAP Substack articles and newsletter to learn more.

Citizens Oversight & Accountability Project

C.O.A.P

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Learn More about Diverse Strategies Which Address Community Concerns From Long Standing COAP

C.O.A.P.’s mission is to establish themselves as community stakeholders, ensuring that the underrepresented citizens have their values, vision, and voices heard for community planning.

By establishing themselves as community stakeholders they gain access to features and services that aren’t available to the general public. This allows them to influence and present concerns and feedback that would otherwise go unheard.

Smart City Flyer to explain what SMART really means.

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