Green News

Beddome: Manitoba’s Climate Plan needs improvement

Winnipeg, Nov. 28, 2017: Hundreds of Winnipeggers packed Convocation Hall at the University of Winnipeg to discuss the provincial government’s Manitoba Climate and Green Plan discussion paper. Manitoba Green Party Leader James Beddome had these comments. Read More »

Green Party of Manitoba calls for free public transit

Winnipeg, Nov. 22, 2017 — “As the City of Winnipeg contemplates service cuts and fare hikes to Winnipeg’s much-needed transit system, the Green Party of Manitoba supports a publicly-funded, fare-free system,” says James Beddome, Leader of the Green Party of Manitoba. The Province under Premier Pallister signalled it will cut $10.7 million from the transit subsidy to the City of ... Read More »

Meet our Candidate for Point Douglas: Sabrina Koehn Binesi

The Green Party of Manitoba announces Sabrina Koehn Binesi as its candidate in the upcoming Point Douglas by-election on June 13. Sabrina Koehn Binesi lives, works and volunteers in Point Douglas. She has the vision to lead with a fresh perspective and the courage to be a voice for change. Sabrina Koehn Binesi is passionate about the concerns of Point ... Read More »

Conservative Throne Speech disappoints

by James Beddome, Leader, Green Party of Manitoba This new PC government has had some time to settle in; it is now time for them to start delivering details and results. Pallister promised to make poverty a central them of his Government, and although there was some mention in his recent Throne Speech of addressing poverty , particularly for young ... Read More »

James Beddome reconfirmed as Manitoba Green Party Leader

Nov. 26, 2016: Some of the members of the GMPs new Council. Front Row (l-r): Pamela Samford, Brenda Forman, James Peters. Back row (l-r): Michael Cardillo, David Nickarz, James Beddome, Dirk Hoeppner, John Redekopp

Winnipeg, (Nov. 27, 2016) – The leadership of James Beddome was unanimously reconfirmed by Green Party of Manitoba members yesterday at their annual general meeting. The election saw some new faces added to the party’s governing Council and the retirement of others. “I’m very optimistic about the Green Party’s future in Manitoba,” Beddome said. “We came out of last year’s ... Read More »