As the Global Climate Strike gets well underway across the whole of Canada, social media has come alive with posts, photos and videos, directly from the marches. To make sure they are seen, as well as heard, thousands of Canadians have created one-of-a-kind signs to draw attention to their climate messages, and some of them are absolutely brilliant!

From Halifax to Ottawa to Montreal, and everywhere in between, students, children and adults alike have gone above-and-beyond with their signs for the climate march. Paying homage to The Moomins, Charlie Brown and Greta Thunberg, some of these signs are not to be missed.

Whether their purpose was to make you learn, make you laugh, or make you cry, the variety of signs present during the marches has been pretty incredible so far, and Canadians are showing no signs of slowing down!

While the best of Toronto’s climate strike signs have already been decided, here’s a look at the rest of the country, and you won’t be disappointed.

The Power Of Puppies

These little guys know exactly what they’re talking about. He’s even wearing a dinosaur onesie!

What About The Animals?

Look at his little face. He's worked so hard. We've got to keep the animals safe, especially if he needs us to.

Concerned Cartoons

The Moomins, Chilly Willy and Charlie Brown are all very concerned. If the cartoons are, the politicians certainly should be.

Make Canada Cold Again

An improvement on the slogan, for sure.

Worst House Warming

It's not like we can move if this home gets too hot.

Dream Combinations

What do you get when you mix Nelly, Greta Thunberg and iced coffee? Three brilliant signs.

Harsh Truth

What a reality. No Insta-worthy nature shots. No Instagram altogether.

This Looks Familiar

Scarily accurate. Somebody check if Justin Trudeau has Netflix.

It's Time To Panic

In the words of Greta Thunberg, "I want you to act as if our house is on fire. Because it is."


A small reminder for everyone striking today in Canada, and across the world, that their efforts matter. 

There are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.

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