Hannah Bell celebrates her victory in winning the second Green Party seat in the PEI Legislature on November 28, 2017. Photo: Times Colonist (OTTAWA) November 28, 2017 – The Green Party of Canada is thrilled by Hannah Bell’s victory in the provincial by-election in PEI, which doubles the number of seats held by the PEI Greens.
“I am incredibly excited for the residents of Charlottetown-Parkdale, and for all Prince Edward Islanders. The experience, passion and integrity that
At their November meeting, the Green Party Federal Council approved September 28 - 30 as the dates for the 2018 Biennial General Meeting and Vancouver, BC as the location. Council also approved the Convention Committee Terms of Reference and struck a Convention Committee. In previous years, the BGM has taken place during the summer, but a September date was felt to have several advantages: 1. better media coverage when the House is in session 2. support for the BC electoral
(OTTAWA) November 2, 2017 – The Green Party of Canada released its two-year report card on the Trudeau administration today, with failing grades given for Democracy, Transportation and Agriculture. The Report Card measures the Trudeau administration’s performance against Liberal platform promises and against the Speech from the Throne. “As the broken promises and half-delivered, half-measures pile up, it is time for a mid-course correction,” said Elizabeth May, Leader of the
Beverley Eert and Elizabeth May in front of St. Bartholomew's Church in Ottawa, Sunday, October 22. Bev was the Green candidate in the 2015 Federal election and was elected last summer to represent Manitoba on the GPC Federal Council. The 21-member Council met in Ottawa the weekend of October 20-22.