The gathering was the work of Seniors for Climate Action Now!
There, they hoisted placards, chanted anti-capitalist slogans and listened to a variety of speakers excoriate RBC's investment practices.
At one point, a number of SCAN members even donned masks for a bit of street theatre, in which they spoofed a climate debate with bankers.
It was also evidence that an older cohort has become galvanized to take climate action.
"It's not that we've had to convince people that it's important to join our group," said De Carlo, 76.
The UN points out that oil and gas and coal "are by far the largest contributor to global climate change."
Wyatt laments the fact that for many people in her age bracket, readily available information on the climate crisis hasn't been compelling enough. »