The largest environmental mobilization in Canada's history took place on Earth Day: 300,000 rally in Montréal to tell Canada not to withdraw from Kyoto. The biggest environmental protest in Canada's history took place in the streets of
April 23, 2012

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The largest environmental mobilization in Canada's history took place on Earth Day: 300,000 rally in Montréal to tell Canada not to withdraw from Kyoto.

The biggest environmental protest in Canada's history took place in the streets of Montreal today on Earth Day. People from all across Quebec rallied to tell Prime Minister Stephen Harper that they do not support his decision to withdraw from the Kyoto protocol. They assembled into one of the biggest human mosaic ever created.

People also gathered to protest against Quebec Premier Jean Charest's plan to open up the province's last wild places for industrial development.

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