GPO leader Mike Schreiner issued the following statement regarding the Truth and Reconciliation Commission ceremony today:
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission Reports released last year shed more light on the tragic abuse that First Nation communities suffered as a result of Canada’s residential school system. As the report says, the abuse of innocent children--torn from their families, their language and their culture--was part of a policy of cultural genocide.
This is one of the darkest chapters in our country’s history.
This article was originally published on HuffingtonPost on 05.27.2016.
The Liberal government's legislation doesn't go far enough to get big money out of politics. We need your help to push the government to lower contribution limits for individuals and lower spending limits for political parties.
Today, on International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia we are reminded of the progress that we have made in creating a more inclusive society. But we are also aware of how much work still needs to be done to ensure that our communities are free from discrimination.
The Liberal’s fundraising bill doesn’t do enough to get big money out of politics. Contribution limits and party spending limits are too high.
(Ottawa, ON): There are too many unanswered questions about the risks of the Taggart-Miller dump for the province to let it proceed, says GPO leader Mike Schreiner.
Schreiner has joined with citizens’ groups DumpthisDump2 and DumptheDumpNow in calling on the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change to reject the Taggart-Miller landfill project or to send it in its entirety to the Environmental Review Tribunal.
Mike Schreiner, GPO leader, offers his thoughts on some positive features in Bill 181 for strengthening our local democracy, and some amendments that can improve it.
GPO leader Mike Schreiner, will join Green Party members from across the province for the GPO Annual Convention this weekend at Calabogie Peaks Resort in Calabogie.
This week is National Nursing Week.
Nurses play an essential role in our healthcare system. Their dedication to patients across the province ensures that we feel at ease when we are in need of medical help and emotional support.
Nurses are fundamental to the well being of their patients from preventing illness in the first place to providing immediate care and to ensuring recovery from illness.