Premiers add their voices to Green Party’s call for a national energy strategy

OTTAWA – The Green Party of Canada today applauds Premiers Kathleen Wynne of Ontario and Philippe Couillard of Quebec for joining their call for a national energy strategy.

Leaders of the Green Parties of Nova Scotia and Canada Welcome Provincial Order to Reduce Emissions in Pictou County

OTTAWA – Brynn Nheiley, Deputy Leader of the Green Party of Nova Scotia and Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada, welcome the ministerial order issued yesterday by Nova Sc

Leaders of the Green Party of Nova Scotia and Canada issue Joint Statement on the Northern Pulp Mill in Pictou County, Nova Scotia

“We must work together with our Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal residents as we look for a long-term solution.” Nova Scotia Green Party Deputy Leader, Brynn Nheiley<

Olympic Whistler Mayor Ken Melamed to run for Greens in West Vancouver–Sunshine Coast–Sea to Sky Country

OTTAWA ­– Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada and MP for Saanich–Gulf Islands, is pleased to announce that Ken Melamed, former Mayor of Whistler, BC, has won the party nomination in

Why I am marching

This article was primarily written for an international audience, but I thought Canadian Greens might want to join me too!

Mount Polley Mine disaster should be a wake-up call

OTTAWA – Following the catastrophic tailings pond spill that took place Monday at the Imperial Metals Mount Polley Copper Mine, the Green Party of Canada is calling for far more stringent safety re

Genetically Modified Organisms

GMO's - Not for my family


I recently found out that 80% of the food in my house had been genetically modified. 


All together now: How we stop Enbridge’s pipelines and tankers

It came to me in response to a biased question from a Sun News reporter in Toronto.  The question, playing into the warped world of Ezra Lavant, prompted me to explain what “protesters” might

Camille Labchuk: Fossil fuels, toxic waste moving by rail through our own backyards

TORONTO – Camille Labchuk, the Green Party candidate in the Trinity-Spadina federal by-election, is making rail safety a pri

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