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Video Resources

We’ve compiled a list of videos that explore some of the key concepts that inform the Green Resilience Project: climate change, income security, basic income, community resilience and more. We’ll update it on an ongoing basis for the duration of the Project. If you know of a video that would make a great addition to this list, feel free to get in touch.

Climate Change

Climate change and a path forward for Canada | CBC News: The National
Climate Change 101 with Bill Nye | National Geographic
Canada Day 2067: how has climate change affected our world? | Ottawa Citizen
Climate Change: What If We’re Asking the Wrong Question? | TEDxOttawa
A Roadmap to a Just Transition in 2 Minutes | Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Beyond Burning | Narrated by Emma Thompson |

Basic Income/Income Security

The case for universal basic income in post-pandemic Canada | Global News
Why Basic Income? | Adam Gaudreau-Brown
Basic Income: An Idea Whose TIme Has Come | TEDxUManitoba
Basic Income: The Evidence Speaks (Panel Discussion) | Basic Income Nova Scotia
How to tackle food insecurity in Canada | PROOF Food Insecurity Policy Research
The Challenge and Hope of a Basic Income – Evelyn Forget & Toby Sanger | Parkland Institute
Basic Income can save our health | Danielle Martin | Upstream

Indigenous Rights and Resistance

Treaties, reconciliation and Indigenous history in Canada | CBC
Oil and Gas Workers Go Solar with Louis Bull Tribe | David Suzuki Foundation
On National Child Day, meet clean water activist Autumn Peltier | CBC Kids News
Pam Palmater – Building Communities That Make Change | EFTO Educators
Nimkii Aazhibikong Solar Series | Indigenous Climate Action | Fresh Shift Productions documented the process of solarizing the buildings at Nimkii Aazhibikong with the support of Indigneous Climate Action and Sacred Earth Solar. This is the 1st in the series of four videos documenting the process.


El Contrato: “This documentary from Min Sook Lee (Tiger Spirit) follows a poverty-stricken father from Central Mexico, along with several of his countrymen, as they make their annual migration to southern Ontario to pick tomatoes. For 8 months a year, the town’s population absorbs 4,000 migrant workers who toil under conditions, and for wages, that no local would accept. Yet despite a fear of repercussions, the workers voice their desire for dignity and respect.”

The Case for Abolishing Billionaires | The Breach