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September 27, 2007
Ian Urquhart On the ballot in the Oct. 10 election will be a referendum asking voters whether they want to keep the current electoral system or adopt a new system recommended by a citizens' assembly...
September 27, 2007
Toronto – Thursday, Sept. 27, 2007 – Green Party of Ontario Leader Frank de Jong held a press conference at Queen’s Park today to reveal the democratic process his party would use to choose...
September 25, 2007
Green Party Leader's ItineraryWednesday, Sept. 26 & Thursday, Sept. 27   Wednesday, Sept. 26 9:00 a.m. Visit Brampton Green Party of Ontario Leader Frank de Jong will tour the Brampton area...
September 24, 2007
Climate change is no longer a vague threat. A new Globe polls finds that 4 out of 5 Canadians say they've seen it first-hand. Browse through the Globe and Mail's in depth coverage of climate change...
September 24, 2007
KAREN HOWLETT, September 24, 2007 TORONTO -- Nearly half of Ontarians say they know nothing about a proposal to change the way the province elects its politicians, but those who do know about it are...
September 22, 2007
Sep 22, 2007 04:30 AM Peter GorrieEnvironment Reporter The federal government's latest climate change plan is badly flawed and won't help Canada to hit its international climate change targets, its...
September 18, 2007
Toronto, September 18, 2007 — Green Party of Ontario (GPO) leader Frank de Jong may be excluded from standing alongside the other party leaders at the televised debate on Sept. 20, but that's not...
September 18, 2007
Former leader of the Green Party of Ontario Frank de Jong argues for one secular school system, citing his education in a catholic system as one of his reasons, with TVO's The Agenda host Steven...
September 16, 2007
Andrew Chung, Staff Reporter The intense animosity between people of different faiths was bound to spill on to the ice. Parents, fans, they all encouraged it among the hockey players at school. It...
September 8, 2001
Dear Green Party Supporter: Over the course of the last two years, the we have consistently referred to the 2011 provincial election as what will be our most strategic and significant effort to date...

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