Date: 2015/11/25 -- Category/Categories: In the News, Publications

November 23, 2015 Publication source: iPolitics Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should cancel 49 “future appointments” and early appointment renewals left behind by former Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s government and introduce a transparent new appointments process, says NDP ethics critic Alexandre Boulerice. “They have to look at the possibility of overturning those nominations,” Boulerice said in ...

Date: 2015/11/23 -- Category/Categories: In the News

November 4, 2015 Publication source: Epoch Times OTTAWA—Keystone XL is dead! Long live Energy East! Like a game of pipeline whack-a-mole, a bid by TransCanada Corp. to suspend its controversial north-south Keystone XL pipeline proposal has elevated the west-east Energy East pipeline plan to the top of Canada’s political agenda. “With Keystone now delayed, even ...

Date: 2015/11/23 -- Category/Categories: COP 21, In the News

November 10, 2015 Publication source: Power and Politics Elizabeth May on how Canada can help ensure a climate change deal is reached at COP21. Print this page...

Date: 2015/11/23 -- Category/Categories: In the News

By Fram Dimshaw November 19, 2015 Publication source: National Observer Green Party leader Elizabeth May denounced National Energy Board (NEB) reviews of both the Energy East and Trans Mountain Pipeline proposals as frauds – and warned that Justin Trudeau faces a legal mess. If approved, the Energy East pipeline will transport 1.1 million barrels of ...

Date: 2015/11/23 -- Category/Categories: COP 21, In the News

Publication source: OpenCanada In the latest in the University of British Columbia’s inequality series, put on by the Liu Institute for Global Issues, Green Party leader Elizabeth May issued a call to action for the new Liberal government ahead of the Paris Climate Change Conference at the end of the month. “The status quo has ...

Date: 2015/11/23 -- Category/Categories: COP 21, In the News

By Michelle Zilio November 22, 2015 Publication source: CTV News Green Party Leader Elizabeth May is warning that a global climate change treaty, to be finalized at a major international summit in Paris next month, is “weak” in about 100 areas. May told CTV’s Question Period that she is worried about the deal. “I’m … ...

Date: 2015/04/24 -- Category/Categories: In the News

Publication Source: The Verb Source link: View original article >>> Elizabeth May has been a topic of hot debate in the lead up to the Canadian general election this October with her potential inclusion in the leaders debate. There’s no forgetting Canada’s unfortunate climate reputation: as a country consistently ranked in the bottom five in ...

Date: 2015/02/16 -- Category/Categories: In the News

Ian Macleod, Ottawa Citizen With the House of Commons set to begin debate this week on sweeping anti-terror legislation, the two main opposition parties are treading gingerly, reluctant to confront the bill head-on. Both New Democratic Party leader Tom Mulcair and Liberal leader Justin Trudeau have expressed concerns about Bill C-51, but neither party has ...

Date: 2015/02/11 -- Category/Categories: In the News

Rick Mercer: These are confusing times for the Canadian economy; when the dollar is low, there are winners and there are losers. But one thing we all understand, a low dollar is good for the tourism industry. But you can’t have a tourism industry without advertising. Look at those Newfoundland tourism ads, boy have they ...

Date: 2015/02/11 -- Category/Categories: In the News

It’s time for people in this town to sit up and take notice of Elizabeth May and the Green Party. She has brought the Greens to the doorstep of respectability, and could well cross the threshold to become a serious player should the October election return a minority House – or even a hung Parliament. ...

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