Tuesday , 28 April 2015

Green News

Beddome: The NDP done very little about poverty

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Winnipeg, April 23, 2015: Green Party of Manitoba Leader James Beddome took part in today’s Make Poverty History Rally at the Manitoba Legislature and spoke about some of the measures the provincial government must do to prove it is serious about reducing poverty in Manitoba. Joining him was Green Party candidate in Wolseley, David Nickarz. Read More »

Energy East – Our risk, their reward

Source: National Energy Board

The Energy East pipeline is being pushed onto the people of Manitoba in spite of growing concerns. The project will see millions of litres a day of diluted tar sands bitumen pushed through an aging pipeline, all the way to Canada’s east coast where 75% of it will then be shipped overseas. It will result in little economic activity for ... Read More »

Andrew Park: Bill C-51 must not pass

Andrew Park, Candidate for Winnipeg South Centre in 2015

Winnipeg, March 14, 2015: Andrew Park, Green Party of Canada candidate for Winnipeg South Centre, spoke to a crowd of about a thousand people who rallied at Winnipeg City Hall to express opposition to Bill C-51, the so-called The Anti-Terrorism Act that Stephen Harper’s Conservative government introduced January 30, 2015. Read More »

Former head elected to lead Manitoba Greens again

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  Winnipeg Free Press, November 18th, 2014.  James Beddome is the leader of the Green Party of Manitoba for the second time. The lawyer who specializes in aboriginal law was given the nod in a vote held Saturday in Winnipeg. Dirk Hoeppner, a spokesman for the party, said Beddome garnered 21 votes, more than twice the number received by his ... Read More »