Click here to see a map of the march route and key logistical information


Will the march be family-friendly? Will it be permitted?

 The march will indeed be family friendly and permitted.

What should I bring? What shouldn’t I bring?
You should bring:

  • Signs
  • Bullhorns
  • Musical Instruments
  • Walking shoes
  • Snacks/Food
  • Water

You shouldn’t bring:

  • Weapons of any kind
  • Drugs or illegal contraband

Who’s organizing the March for Jobs, Justice, and the Climate?
The March for Jobs, Justice, and the Climate is organized by a broad coalition of groups from all over Canada. You can access a full list of our partners here

I want to support the march, but can’t come. What can I do?

If you want to support the march and can’t make it to Toronto, you can support the action in a number of different ways.

If you are part of an organization that would like to help support the March from outside of Toronto you can join the Mobilization Support Team. Email cam@350.org if you’re interested. 

350.org is working with groups across Canada organizing a distributed day of action called We > Tar Sands: Action for Jobs, Justice & the Climate on July 4th . 

Is there any accessibility information?
We’re working on making sure this rally and march are accessible for all that want to join us. Please e-mail cam@350.org if you need special accommodations.

Can I get a ride there?
There’s a ride board for offering or finding rides to the march available here.

Are there buses? 
Buses are being organized from communities near Toronto. You can find information about buses being organized and information about how to organize a us in your town here

How do I get around Toronto?
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) has an extensive network of bus, streetcar, and subway lines to get around the city. A single TTC fare costs $3 for adults and $2 for seniors (65+) and students (13-19), a day pass costs $11.50 and you can buy tokens for single fares at a small discount at any subway station. The city also has a bike share system that serves the downtown area. We’ll post more specific information about Metro stops and bus routes once we have the rally’s exact downtown location.

What are the goals of this march? 
Great question! Click here to read the Goals & Principles for the mobilization about why we’re coming together in an unprecedented coalition to make this march happen. 

What are the principles for this march?
The principles for the march itself can be found here. We are also striving to implement the Jemez Principles for Democratic Organizing in organizing this project.

Join the Action

On Sunday July 5, thousands of people will take to the streets of Toronto to call for a just transition from dirty energy into a clean energy future. Sign up here to join the action.