Climate strikes are happening all over the country and the turnout is incredible. Canada's climate strike photos are amazing and show just how many people came out to fight climate change. Canadians are showing just how much they care about the environment and our planet.
Thousands of people have gathered at strikes across Canada today to sound the alarm about climate change and the future of the planet. The Global Climate Strike is an opportunity for everyone around the world to walk out for the climate.
Since so many people have access to smartphones these days, there is no shortage of pictures from strikes today. A simple search on Twitter or Instagram turns up hundreds of photos of people with protests signs and, most spectacularly, photos of the huge crowds.
#climatestrikecanada #yyt https://t.co/gbVEHkINS0— Renee Fowler 💙🤍💚 (@Renee Fowler 💙🤍💚)1569593264.0
Crowds from Newfoundland and Nova Scotia showed up and marched through streets for the climate strike.
The climate march in Montreal https://t.co/0cWWxOBDSh— Ben Shingler (@Ben Shingler)1569604662.0
The climate strike in Montreal was expected to see 300,000 people gather. And while there's no information on what the final numbers are, going by these pictures it's obvious lots of people came out.
Many notable people were at the march in Montreal like climate activist Greta Thunberg, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Green Party leader Elizabeth May, and enviornmental activist David Suzuki.
Amazing turn out! #ottawa #climatestrikecanada #climatestrikeottawa #parliamenthill https://t.co/yXwcDXsJBf— James Sale (@James Sale)1569604683.0
People also packed Parliament Hill to the brim at the climate strike in Ottawa.
That's thousands of people at the #ClimateStrike #climatestrikecanada in Toronto, Canada at Queen's Park (Provincia… https://t.co/ASfBx1F5zW— ArcticSkyWolf (@ArcticSkyWolf)1569600135.0
In Toronto, people marched to Queen's Park and crowded the legislative building's front lawn.
Climate strikes are continuing to happen across Canada as the day goes on with strikes occurring in Alberta and British Columbia later today.