"We've reached our boiling point": 25,000 take to the streets in Act on Climate March (VIDEO)

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Video by Marche Action Climat

Around 25,000 people marched in Quebec City , where premiers from across Canada have gathered to discuss strategies to tackle climate change (B.C. Premier Christy Clark and Alberta Premier Jim Prentice are absent). 

Speakers gave French and English give emotional speeches, asking the public to put pressure on elected officials to take action on climate change.  

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