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    Human Rights: Do We Take Them for Granted?

    Media Release | Friday, 09 Dec 2011
    On a downtown street in our capital stands a monument in honour of the contributions Canada has played in the past as an international leader in HumanRights. Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party...

    Collaborative Approach Needed to Help Attawapiskat

    Media Release | Friday, 09 Dec 2011
    OTTAWA - The Green Party of Canada is calling for continued and sustained political cooperation to resolve the ongoing First Nations issues in Canada.  "The story of Attawapiskat is heartbreaking but...

    What Global Greens demand for Durban and beyond

    Media Release | Thursday, 08 Dec 2011
    OTTAWA - Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada and Member of Parliament for Saanich-Gulf Islands, spoke today from Durban with several international Green parliamentarians to call for...

    Violence against Women still a concern in Canada

    Media Release | Tuesday, 06 Dec 2011
    OTTAWA - On the anniversary of the shooting at Montreal's École Polytechnique, the Green Party of Canada and the party’s Quebec Wing are sad to note that violence against women is still a great...

    Action, not words needed to help Persons with Disabilities

    Media Release | Saturday, 03 Dec 2011
    OTTAWA - December 3rd marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, with a theme for 2011 of "Together for a better world for all."   Recently there has been much media coverage on the...

    CEAA Terminated?

    Media Release | Friday, 02 Dec 2011
    The Green Party of Canada is expressing outrage over the termination of the legally required review of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (CEAA) and is calling for committee meetings to begin...

    Elizabeth May heading to UN climate negotiations in Durban

    Media Release | Thursday, 01 Dec 2011
    OTTAWA – Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada and Member of Parliament for Saanich-Gulf Islands, will depart for Durban, South Africa, hoping to make a difference in Canada’s position...