Week in Review 11/14 – 18

This week, Elizabeth held a press conference calling on the Canadian government to repatriate 44 Canadian citizens, including children, women and men, held in Syrian prisons. The press conference included Sally Lane, mother of Jack Letts, a Canadian who has been detained in Syria for more than five years. The panel also included human rights activists and former Secretary General of Amnesty International, Alex Neve.

The Green Party Leadership race wraps up on Saturday, November 19th. The results should be known by 8:00 pm EST.

Mike is proudly representing Canadian Greens as part of Canada’s official delegation to the United Nation’s annual climate negotiations this week. Click here to read updates from Mike on COP27 in Egypt.

Question Period

Elizabeth May: There is still time for Canada to be part of the solution at COP27

Elizabeth May: Canada should be a child-honouring society

Key Moments

Elizabeth May: C-32 has good measures for housing and inflation but lacks climate action

Elizabeth May: TMX is risky financially and it is fatal environmentally

Elizabeth May: Veterans who marry over 60 deserve to have their spouses looked after

Press Conference

MPs Reiterate Call for Repatriation of Canadians Detained in Syria