News from Leadnow

Job Opportunity: Fundraising Coordinator
Wednesday, January 26, 2022
We’re seeking an organized and personable Fundraising Coordinator to join our team to support, primarily, our monthly sustainers program and donors. The ideal candidate will have excellent organizational skills and enjoy connecting with our community of donors to support them in their giving. read more »
Job Opportunity: Organizing Manager, parental leave cover
Friday, January 21, 2022
We’re seeking a motivated and passionate Organizing Manager to join our team to cover a parental leave through to May 2023. The ideal candidate will have a collaborative leadership style, effective people and project management skills, demonstrated abilities in crafting smart organizing strategies to build power and create real-world impact, and is passionate about our vision of using digital tools to unlock and scale people-powered organizing. If that sounds exciting, we’re interested in hearing from you! read more »
National Day of Truth and Reconciliation
Wednesday, September 29, 2021
Who are Leadnow's Courage to Lead Champions?
Thursday, September 2, 2021
Our best shot at tackling the intersecting crises we're facing is if we can elect courageous leaders — who not only recognize the scale of these issues, but will rise up to respond with emergency-level action. Having the courage to tackle these crises means championing a Just Transition and a Basic Income on the campaign trail, in the House of Commons, and even challenging one's party to be better and more ambitious. That’s why we’ve endorsed 9 champions with the Courage to Lead. read more »
Press Release: Leadnow announces endorsed Courage to Lead Champions for the federal election
Wednesday, September 1, 2021


With polls tightening, organization seeks to reach hundreds of thousands of voters before Election Day

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Electing courageous leaders who will deliver a safe and just future for all
Tuesday, August 24, 2021

Courage to Lead

We have enough for everyone, and Canada is stronger when we take care of each other. Caring for each other means boldly committing to addressing the climate crisis and the inequities that the pandemic revealed.

Canada's wealth has soared even as we've allowed inequality to grow. During the pandemic, Canadian billionaires increased their wealth by $78 billion. Meanwhile, the climate emergency is here. Entire towns are being lost to wildfires that disproportionately threaten Indigenous and remote communities. It’s clearer than ever that this system is broken—and this election is a chance to shift that.

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Resources for Non-Indigenous people to take action
Wednesday, June 30, 2021
Since European settlers set foot onto Turtle Island, Indigenous peoples have been subject to violence, oppression, and killings. Non-Indigenous people who live here still benefit from colonialism, which means we all have a role to play in reconciliation. Here are some ways you can take action. read more »
Job Posting: Campaigner
Monday, May 17, 2021
Contact your MP about basic income
Thursday, April 1, 2021
Use this page to find out how to email your MP. read more »