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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 on new premier-designate in British Columbia
(OTTAWA) – Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada (MP, Saanich-Gulf Islands), released the following statement: “After the predictable politics of the last seven weeks from outgoing Premier Christy Clark, I congratulate Premier-designate John Horgan. Through a responsible and clearly outlined agreement with BC Greens Leader Andrew Weaver and his fellow BC Greens MLAs, this new government can provide stable, progressive leadership and show all of Canada that politics can be done differently,” Ms. May said. “Greens across Canada look forward the the new BC government moving forward on elements of the NDP-Green agreement, including the fentanyl crisis, adequate education funding, electoral reform, climate action, getting big money out of politics, establishing a pilot project on guaranteed liveable income, and adopting the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. “I also look forward to working with the new BC government on finally halting th
Justin Trudeau admits he never intended to consider evidence on electoral reform
(OTTAWA) – Today, during a media conference, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau admitted that he never intended to consider the findings of the Special Committee on Electoral Reform – unless it suited his predetermined preference for a ranked ballot voting system. “It’s not the Liberals who wanted ranked ballots, it’s Justin Trudeau,” said Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada (MP, Saanich-Gulf Islands). “I thought this Prime Minister wasn’t about top-down dictatorship. On other issues, the Prime Minister defers to his cabinet members, but it’s clear that on electoral reform, this was his personal preference without regard for the evidence. “Anyone who looks at the Liberals’ dissenting report from the Special Committee on Electoral Reform will see it doesn’t mention wanting ranked ballots. Indeed, if you look at page 66 of our majority report, there is evidence to show that the only system that distorts the intent of voters and ‘misbehaves’ more t
Statement on Canadian Multiculturalism Day 2017
(OTTAWA) – The Green Party of Canada released the following statement for Canadian Multiculturalism Day: “Canada is a multicultural society with a strong history of welcoming immigrants and celebrating ethnic, religious and cultural diversity. We are proud to foster an environment where all have equal voice and opportunity to participate fully in Canadian society. “As 150th anniversary events take place across Canada this week, we acknowledge the original and diverse inhabitants of this land and recognize that all non-Indigenous peoples are immigrants. Indigenous values of consensus-building and reconciliation are part of what makes us Canadian. But we remain acutely aware that for many Indigenous peoples, this 150th anniversary represents 150 years of discriminatory policies, colonialism and oppression. The task of the next 150 years is to achieve genuine reconciliation and justice. Language English
Statement for Canada Day and Canada 150
  (OTTAWA) – The Green Party of Canada released the following statement on Canada Day 2017: “As we celebrate our beautiful, diverse country on this very special day, we must never forget we are on unceded territory of traditional Indigenous peoples. Our next 150 years requires genuine reconciliation and justice with Indigenous communities, many of whom are starkly reminded each Canada Day of what they have lost because of colonialism. “The Maple Leaf remains a symbol of democracy, compassion and equity around the world, and we are proud to call ourselves Canadian. As we gather with friends, family and loved ones this Canada Day, let us appreciate the hard-won freedoms we all enjoy. We have a long way to go, but we are so proud of how far we have come. Happy Canada Day, and Happy 150th, Canada!” -30- For additional information or to arrange an interview, contact: Language English

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