Green News

Poverty or Environmental Protection Not On Pallister’s Agenda Says Green Leader

James Beddome, Leader, Green Party of Manitoba

The Pallister Government’s first budget fails to make either poverty reduction or environmental protection a priority, says Green Party of Manitoba Leader James Beddome. “During the last televised leaders’ debate Mr. Pallister stated that he wanted to address the issues of poverty effectively. Yet the poverty reduction measures announced in today’s budget, such as the increase in the personal basic ... Read More »

Vote Green (you know you want to)

Vote Green (you know you want to)

It’s Election Day in Manitoba on April 19th. The Green Party of Manitoba is running 30 candidates this time and we are confident that growing numbers of Manitobans will support our platform and our candidates. Will you join them? Read More »

Green Party: “Protect Whitemud Watershed Wildlife Management Area from the Energy East pipeline”

David Nickarz

Winnipeg, April 14, 2016: “The Green Party urges the next government of Manitoba to uphold the law and protect the Whitemud Watershed Wildlife Management Area from the proposed Energy East pipeline,”  said David Nickarz, Green Party of Manitoba critic for Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship. Research by the Manitoba Chapter of the Western Canada Wilderness Committee has uncovered a legal ... Read More »

Greens in 3rd place, ahead of Liberals, according to post-debate poll

James Beddome, Leader, Green Party of Manitoba

Asked who they will vote for, respondents to last night’s Mainstreet/Postmedia Survey put the Green Party of Manitoba into third place. Responses were as follows: PC 47 % NDP 23 % Green Party 8 % Liberal Party 5 % Undecided 17 % Green Leader James Beddome was the only participant to receive a net favourable rating from viewers (that is, more favourable ratings than ... Read More »

Manitoba NDP Climate Change Failures

NDP Climate Change Failures

Not only has the Manitoba NDP Government failed consistently to meet its own carbon emissions targets, it has actually made things worse on the environmental front. Greens James Beddome and Dave Nickarz explain how. Read More »