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ENG: The Green Party of Canada (French: Parti vert du Canada) is a Canadian federal political party founded in 1983 with 10,000–12,000 registered members as of October 2008. The Greens advance a broad multi-issue political platform that reflects its core values of ecological wisdom, social justice, grassroots democracy and non-violence. It has been led by Elizabeth May since August 26, 2006. The party broke 1% of the popular vote in the 2004 federal election, when it received 4.3% and qualified for federal funding. Its support has ranged between 3.1% and 14% since the 2006 federal election. In the 2008 federal election, the Green Party of Canada was invited to the debates for the first timeand achieved a high mark of 6.8% of the popular vote. With just under a million votes, it ...
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Green Party wins first Vancouver seat

The Green Party won its first ever Vancouver city council seat in Saturday's municipal election. Adriane Carr narrowly won the city's 10th council seat, beating out Coalition of Progressive Electors candidate Ellen Woodsworth by just 91 votes. "It was a close race and I am very excited that voters across the spectrum are behind me. I plan to be a champion for sustainable neighbourhoods and a voice to hold council accountable to the citizens of Vancouver," said Carr. "This was certainly a team effort where getting out every single vote made the difference. I thank the many wonderful people ...

New Green man makes bold predictions

The Green Party of Canada has a new face in the federal Portage-Lisgar riding. Matthew Friesen, 29, of Miami, has taken over the Green Party banner from Charlie Howatt. This is the first foray into political life for Friesen, who has lived in various places throughout the riding his whole life and has lived in Miami for the past four years. His reasons for wandering into the political fray are simple enough. "I think, frankly, I can do a better job than our current leadership," he stated. And while Friesen said it would take a while for the Green Party to gain ground in the riding, he ...

Hockey player Georges Laraque joins Green Party of Canada

Longtime NHL enforcer Georges Laraque getting involved with Green party MONTREAL- Hockey tough guy Georges Laraque has a history of pummelling opponents until they're black and blue. Now the longtime NHL enforcer is going Green. Newly released by the Montreal Canadiens, the longtime hockey scrapper is now putting his efforts in service of the Green Party of Canada. Laraque will announce his plans to get involved with the environmental party at an event in Montreal on Saturday. A Green party official said he would not be announcing plans Saturday to run for the party in an election, but ...

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Statement from the Green Party of Canada on World Food Day
OTTAWA – World Food Day is celebrated each year in honour of the founding of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization on October 16, 1945. The theme for World Food Day 2014 is “Family Farming: Feeding the world, caring for the earth.” “In my riding and across Canada, family farmers are building resilient local economies and strengthening food security in their communities every day,” said Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada and MP for Saanich–Gulf Islands.“As an MP and as Leader of the Green Party, I continue to advocate for policies that put the needs of family farmers ahead of those of multinational agribusinesses.  By supporting them, we can help ensure that the quality of food that Canadians enjoy remains the best in the world." -30- Contact:Julian MorelliDirector of CommunicationsGreen Party of Canada(613) 614 4916julian.morelli@greenparty.ca Statement from the Green Party of Canada on
Greens call on federal government to honour First Nations treaty rights, say “No” to Site C Dam
OTTAWA – The Green Party of Canada today calls on the federal government to abide by the Supreme Court of Canada’s recent ruling in the Tsilhqot’in land title case, and to honour the established treaty rights of the Treaty 8, Saulteau and Blueberry River First Nations, in rejecting BC Hydro’s application to build the Site C hydroelectric dam on the Peace River."We have time to get this right. Given the Joint Review Panel findings that there is no need for Site C in the near term, that its anticipated purpose is to generate power for the LNG industry -- itself a shaky proposition -- we urge both the federal and provincial cabinets to reconsider,” said Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada and MP for Saanich–Gulf Islands.“At the very least, the treaty rights of the Treaty 8, Saulteau and Blueberry River First Nations must be protected, and the Supreme Court ruling in the Tsilhqot’in case respected." On October 10, Ms. May became the first MP to have
Counting our Blessings
On this Thanksgiving weekend, I think we are all drawn toward the counting of blessings. As my new book tries to set out, I think of “who we are” as a people and as a nation. And as both, we have much to be thankful for. We are blessed with a peaceful country. We are not at war, although we are now engaged in a worrying mission that may do more harm than good. In bellicose moments, it is likely we will hear politicians claim we are “at war.” But that term is really only appropriate for a conflict between states that have declared war. We can be thankful that we are in peace-time. And we should work to ensure that more countries can enjoy peace. We are a country of enormous natural beauty and with thousands upon thousands of square kilometres of untouched wilderness. We have pockets of wild places within reach of most urban centres. This weekend finds me and my two step-daughters, their husbands and children who live in Toronto and Haliburton and my youngest daughter who is doin

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