Organizations opposing Windmill's Zibi project
Unions and student associations
- PSAC National Capital Region voted to oppose 'Zibi' on 7 May 2016.
- PSAC’s Aboriginal Action Circle for the National Capital Region unanimously resolved to oppose the Zibi development in March 2016.
- The Canadian Union of Postal Workers expressed its opposition to 'Zibi' in a 15 March 2016 letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
- CUPE 4600, representing over 2,500 teaching assistants and contract instructors at Carleton University, passed a motion with overwhelming support at a February 2016 general membership meeting opposing the Zibi project. Read the CUPE 4600 release here »
- The Carleton Graduate Students’ Association (GSA) adopted a motion in opposition to the Zibi project in February 2016 and has published an open letter addressed to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau explaining its opposition. Read the GSA’s open letter »
- Free The Falls, a coalition of concerned citizens, has launched a campaign to protect the Chaudières Falls from development. Visit the Free the Falls website »
- Independent Jewish Voices Canada issued a statement in June 2016, expressing solidarity with Algonquin Peoples over resistance to the Zibi project.