Date: 2017/07/05 -- Category/Categories: Articles by Elizabeth, In the News, Publications

Elizabeth May Recent media coverage in advance of the G20 summit in Hamburg has set the stage for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to press for climate action. In comparing Trudeau’s support for the Paris Agreement to the Trump administration’s “exit” from the Paris Agreement, it is possible to associate the word “leadership” with Canada’s climate ...

Date: 2017/06/08 -- Category/Categories: Events, In the News

This week, in addition to her work in the House, Elizabeth participated as a member of the the Canadian delegation to the UN’s Ocean Conference in New York. Listen to her thoughts on the vital connection between Canadians and our oceans, at 1:30 in the video below. Print this page...

Date: 2016/10/03 -- Category/Categories: COP 21, In the News

Thursday, September 22, 2016 Publication source: CBC Ideas Full episode: Print this page...

Date: 2016/10/03 -- Category/Categories: In the News

Saturday, October 1, 2016 Publication source: CBC The House Full episode: Elizabeth May’s comments: Print this page...

Date: 2016/02/27 -- Category/Categories: COP 21, In the News

By Christopher Majka February 27, 2016 Source: rabble.ca Elizabeth May is once again alone. For a period of almost two years she was joined on the Green Party parliamentary benches in Ottawa by former New Democrat and former independent MP Bruce Hyer. However, Hyer lost his seat in the 2015 election leaving the MP for ...

Date: 2016/02/25 -- Category/Categories: Articles by Elizabeth, In the News

There is a catechism of the fossil fuel industry, with oft-repeated claims that seem by repetition to escape examination. Peter MacKay’s recent opinion piece on pipelines was a veritable greatest hits compilation of such claims. He writes that “pipelines are by far the safest means of transporting oil.” The first muddying of facts is the ...

Date: 2016/02/19 -- Category/Categories: In the News

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Date: 2016/01/08 -- Category/Categories: In the News

By: Elizabeth Thompson Publication source: iPolitics January 8, 2016 Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government should set new rules to govern appointments to Crown corporations to ensure that people are chosen on the basis of merit, not patronage, says Green Party Leader Elizabeth May. “The appropriate approach is that there are merit-based appointments to Crown corporations that ...

Date: 2016/01/08 -- Category/Categories: In the News

By: Andrea Gunn Publication Source: Halifax Chronicle Herald January 8, 2016 Elizabeth May, leader of the Green party, is calling on Nova Scotia to halt plans to open a coal mine in Cape Breton, citing environmental factors and a global market swiftly moving toward greener energy sources. The Donkin coal mine, which could be opened ...

Date: 2015/12/24 -- Category/Categories: In the News

Publication source: All Points West, CBC December 24, 2015 Federal Green Party leader Elizabeth May is calling the federal Liberal government to put an end to the former government’s practice of deporting non-Canadian citizens who have “fallen through the cracks.” Lan Van Heest, who has bipolar disorder, faces deportation from Canada to the Netherlands — ...

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