From the inbox (to which I'd add that a handwritten note, popped in an envelope, and addressed
Office of PMSH
80 Wellington Street
is also effective. But I suspect the Sierra Club wants numbers. So, take your pick. Or better yet, do both!):
Prime Minister Stephen Harper needs to hear from all Canadians to save Kyoto.
Our civilization is headed full steam ahead towards catastrophe, and we need to make it a top priority to turn that around. Calling the PM is one way of contributing to that turn-around.
What you can do:
1. Call the PM at 613-992-4211.
2. Ask to speak directly with PM Stephen Harper and if you can’t, leave a message.
3. Tell him: "Mr. Prime Minister, please commit Canada to meeting our Kyoto targets and agree to longer term deeper reductions because Kyoto is a first small step to slowing down the climate crisis."
Put (613) 992-4211 on speed dial and call more than once. Tell your family and friends to call. Get on speaker phone and call with your whole family before dinner.
Call to save the planet. Call to stop the climate crisis. Call to save generations.
Visit: www.sierraclub.ca for more information on the climate crisis.
Updated to add this comparison:
Harper set to announce $15B in military spending
Ottawa will announce $15 billion in new spending on the Canadian military next week, CBC News has learned.
A report by SRC, the CBC's French language service, says the spending spree will be "Christmas in June for the Canadian Forces."
Thanks again, Robert.