We can fight and eventually end poverty in Canada, if we just go upstream to its sources. read more
Upstream is encouraged by the recommendations, released today, by the Advisory Group on Poverty Reduction and urges the Government to adopt and implement these recommendations to the benefit of all Saskatchewan residents. read more
A healthy planet is an essential component of a healthy society, and many are now pointing to climate change as the greatest threat to human life and wellbeing. This Sunday, September 21, thousands of citizens from around the world will gather in New York City to bring attention to the global... read more
The world is not acting fast enough about climate change and now scared scientists are starting to tell their stories. Photographer Nick Bowers invites us to look the truth in the eye through these portraits of climate scientists as they reveal their greatest fears about climate inaction. We know... read more
The Upstream book club is the place to meet fellow upstream-thinkers & readers! The Book Club is hosted online so that you're never too far to have a great conversation; The best way...
Health begins in the spaces we live and the air we breathe. It is shaped by the choices we make together. Check out this Dogwood Initiative campaign seeking environmental and health impact assessments for a proposed coal export project. They are calling on British Columbians to ask their representatives... read more
Upstream wants to send you to Generating Momentum 2014! #SendMeToGenMo Want to go to Generating Momentum 2014? We do! Read on to learn more about Generating Momentum and find out how to be entered to have Upstream send you to GenMo! read more
Applications for the New Canada Conference close in a week! Do you know any young upstream-thinkers in your community? Be sure to point them to this exciting event happening in Charlottetown, PEI this summer from August 31st- September 3rd. "In the spirit of the 1864 Charlottetown Conference, we...
Upstream is a proud partner in the Poverty Costs campaign. Please head to www.povertycosts.ca to learn more and get involved.