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Elizabeth May

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The Green Party platform may only have three points – but they’re big ones

I don’t think that the Centre for Social Innovation in Toronto was quite ready for the media interest that the launch of the Green Party of Canada’s platform would generate. Its wooden, creaky floors were constantly groaning under the weight of people and camera tripods jockeying for position, causing camera-men and women constant stress during … Continue reading

GPC pledges support for public broadcasting

With the promise that a larger Green Party platform would be made available on April 11, GPC leader Elizabeth May threw us a bone yesterday and gave us a sneak peak of what her vision for Canada would look like. I was hoping that her speech at the CBC offices in Victoria, BC would have … Continue reading

May and the GPC head to court

UPDATE: They didn’t want it to come to this, but Elizabeth May and the Green Party of Canada are heading to the Federal Court of Appeal over their exclusion from the televised Leaders debate, according to the Vancouver Sun. Despite tens of thousands of petition signatures in support of her right to debate and pleas … Continue reading

Why May should at least be at the table

Who is the ‘television consortium’ responsible for Green Party Leader Elizabeth May’s dismissal from the debate, and what authority do they have to be playing politics in Canada? And while I would expect some party leaders to want May excluded (Harper, and likely Layton come to mind, but for obviously different reasons), there is a … Continue reading

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