60 Photos From the Climate March

It has been estimated that over 100,000 people attended the Climate March in Vancouver this past Friday. We were there from the start to the end.

In retrospect, I wonder if the crowd-size estimate from the VPD wasn’t low-balled. To me it felt like the whole city had gathered at City Hall and marched together across Cambie Bridge to the Library.

Regardless of the number, it was heartwarming and inspiring to see so many kids out there trying to make their voices heard. Let’s hope they’re twice as fierce when they reach voting age.

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