Canada’s five biggest banks are among the top funders of fossil fuels in the world. Since the Paris Agreement was signed in 2016, Canadian banking giants RBC, TD, Scotiabank, BMO, and CIBC have poured over $720 billion into climate-destroying fossil fuel companies -- providing the corporations most responsible for the climate crisis continued funds to grow.

Instead of bailing out the Alberta tar sands or financing new coal and extreme oil projects that violate Indigenous rights, we are working to make our national banks into climate leaders, who are leading the charge to a future in which people and our climate matter.