HCCReads: Right to be Cold

HCCReads: Right to be Cold Questions

We read. We listened, and now we ask.

Thanks to Cogeco YourTV for their support and our partners, Greening Sacred SpacesOntario Trillium FoundationMilton Public Library, Halton Hills Public Library, Oakville Public Library, Halton District School Board Library, and Burlington Public Library

With over 2,800 questions, we would like to thank you for participating. Our partners have selected 10 community questions, these questions are posted below. We’ve shared them with Ms. Watt-Cloutier, and are excited to hear her responses.  

Ms. Watt-Cloutier’s answers will be posted here and on social media in the coming weeks. Follow @haltonclimate to be a part of the conversation.

Visit your local library to pick up your copy. The Right to Be Cold is a human story of resilience told from the unique vantage point of an Inuk woman who, in spite of many obstacles, rose from humble beginnings in the Arctic to become one of the most influential and decorated environmental, cultural, and human rights advocates in the world.

Jane Fogal, Local and Regional Councillor

Town of Halton Hills, Halton Region


White Oaks Secondary School


Abbey Park High School

(Read by Suha Khan)


Craig Kielburger High School


Craig Keilburger High School


St. Ignatius of Loyola Secondary School


Abbey Park High School


White Oaks Secondary School


Dundas Valley Secondary School


Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Secondary School

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