Date: 2019/06/10 -- Category/Categories: Bill S-203, Democracy, In the News, Issues, News, Parliament, Press Releases

OTTAWA – Bill S-203, the Ending the Captivity of Whales and Dolphins Act cleared its final hour of debate at third reading and was passed in the House of Commons today. Bill S-203 was introduced by former Senator Wilfred Moore in December 2015 and then sponsored by Senator Murray Sinclair. After much procedural delay, it ...

Date: 2019/06/04 -- Category/Categories: In the News, News, Press Conferences

Elizabeth may joins colleagues in calling for federal government to launch public inquiry into the Lac-Mégantic rail tragedy. Print this page...

Date: 2019/05/29 -- Category/Categories: Democracy, In the News, News, Parliament, Press Conferences

PRESS CONFERENCE: On May 29, 2019, Elizabeth May joins colleagues in the Up For Debate campaign launch: A non-partisan coalition effort to promote women’s rights and gender equality in the 2019 federal election campaign.   Print this page...

Date: 2019/05/29 -- Category/Categories: Articles by Elizabeth, Climate Change, Democracy, In the News, News, Publications

In December 2015, the world agreed to the Paris Accord; to slash greenhouse gas emissions to hold global average temperature increase to 1.5 degrees C (over what it was before the Industrial Revolution), and, if we miss that target, to as far below 2 degrees as possible. The International Energy Agency (IEA) is not an ...

Date: 2018/05/17 -- Category/Categories: In the News, Publications

Green Party leader says the hardline migration policy down under is worst of any modern democracy Kathleen Harris · CBC News · Posted: May 17, 2018 4:00 AM ET | Last Updated: 3 hours ago A new petition to the House of Commons calls on Canada to denounce Australia’s hardline policy on asylum seekers. Many ...

Date: 2018/03/16 -- Category/Categories: In the News, Letters, News, Parliament, Publications

March 15, 2018 Dear Mr. Scheer, I am writing to ask you to end the Conservative senators’ obstruction of Bill S-203, the Ending the Captivity of Whales and Dolphins Act. Their procedural delay of this legislation disappoints the tens of thousands of Canadians who wish to see a vote on this bill, and reflects poorly ...

Date: 2018/02/09 -- Category/Categories: Environmental Assessment, In the News, Publications

On new environmental assessment process: @ElizabethMay says this is not as strong as what Canada had in 2006@ShannonStubbsMP says today’s announcement does not provide enough certainty for business. More #ctvpp here: #ctvpp — CTV Power Play (@CTV_PowerPlay) February 8, 2018 Print this page...

Date: 2018/01/22 -- Category/Categories: In the News, News, Publications

‘As women working together in our all-party women’s caucus, I think we can do a lot,’ says Green Party Leader Elizabeth May. By LAURA RYCKEWAERT PUBLISHED :Monday, Jan. 22, 2018 12:00 AM Amid the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May says she’d “love” to see the all-party women’s caucus tackle the issue ...

Date: 2017/11/03 -- Category/Categories: In the News, Press Releases, Publications

November 1, 2017 (OTTAWA) The government of the Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau was sworn in on November 4, 2015. On the Trudeau administration’s second birthday, the Green Party of Canada assesses how his administration is doing so far. The grading of a new government needs to start by establishing the context of the assessment. Measured ...

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 ...

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