The CDN Green Party is in tough these days. Some are suggesting they throw in the towel and throw their voters to the federal Liberals. But I can’t say who exactly because I can’t find the link. But believe me.
But I think that kind of thinking gets it backwards. The Green Party should continue . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: The Future Of The Green Party Of Canada: Glory Or Oblivion?
…the local [Green Party] Electoral District associations were largely formed to capitalise on the Revenue Sharing agreements between the Green Party`s head office, and the local electoral units. Any local riding that met the basic criteria of maintaining a local organisation would receive a significant share of the per vote subsidy then on offer under . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Whither The Green Party Of Canada?
The Greens are running a tight ship on Vancouver Island these days. In the wake of Andrew Weavers win in Oak Bay Gordon Head on behalf of the BC Green Party, I decided to have a closer look at the BC Provincial election results in the Victoria area.
Knowing so little about BC Politics, I . . . → Read More: Not an Official Green Party Canada Site: The Green Party demostrating strategic and tactical smarts on Vancouver Island
For several years there has been a scattered sense amongst some so-called `progressives` that the progressive left should merge, or co-operate electorally to keep the Conservative Party out of power. No less a Liberal luminary than Jean Chretien has called for a formal merger between the Liberals, the NDP, and the Greens. During the current . . . → Read More: Not an Official Green Party Canada Site: Unite the progressives? Not much of a solution.
Today (November 26th) is by-election day in the great riding of Calgary-Centre! The Liberal campaign has been as exciting as it has been improbably and for the first time since 1968, Calgary-Centre might such send a Liberal to Ottawa. Though … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: The Equivocator: Vote Harvey Locke: The Progressive Choice for Calgary-Centre
The Green Party of Canada has been surprisingly effective in this election, in some respects anyway. I have been a vocal critic of the Leadership of the Party, but given the bad choices made, they are doing the right things to win Elizabeth her Seat in SGI . . . → Read More: Not an Official Green Party Canada Site: Green Party Canada: Advance Polls and the Youth Vote.
Not a terribly impressive week for the Green Party of Canada. The debate about the debate has mostly run it’s course, is there anything there to replace it? . . . → Read More: Not an Official Green Party Canada Site: Green Party Canada: Week 2 of the 2011 Election
The Green Party is getting great publicity from their exclusion from the televised debate. They should have been ready to turn that into something electorally significant, instead of simply crowing over a bunch of free publicity. Here is how they can really benefit from this almost an election issue. . . . → Read More: Not an Official Green Party Canada Site: Green Party Canada: Week 1 of the 2011 Election Campaign
Elizabeth May is hosting a joint news conference with Linda Keen, the Nuclear watchdog dismissed by the Conservatives for watching. Might be interesting, might actually be worthy of news coverage . . . → Read More: Not an Official Green Party Canada Site: Green Party Moment: Is it Time for Real debate on Nuclear Power?
I’m a fan of Green Party policies and sincerely wish for their sake that they capture a seat or two as they deserve a seat at the table. Have a listen and maybe go check out their site: . . . → Read More: NEW MEDIA AND POLITICS CANADA: DAY THREE: Elizabeth May Advocating Jobs Programs For Youth
The Green Party of Canada is preparing to vote on resolutions to either abandon any leadership race for the forseeable future, or hold a race as the Constitution requires. Things are heating up, and the unofficial race is ON! . . . → Read More: Not an Official Green Party Canada Site: Some Good news for the Green Party of Canada!