Greens Celebrate Strong Showing in By-elections

Last night’s convincing third place finish in Leeds-Grenville prompted the Brockville Recorder and Times to declare that “a strong showing by Green Party standard-bearer Neil Kudrinko in Thursday's by-election has apparently solidified his party's status as the riding's third party.” In Ottawa West-Nepean, the GPO made gains to come within thirty-five votes of finishing third.

The New Economy and Green Industries

Sat, October 10, 2009, 1pm – 3pm

New Kennedy Square Mall, 8630 Kennedy Rd., Markham

Mike Schreiner, Leader of the Green Party of Ontario and Adam Poon, Markham-Unionville’s Federal Green Party Candidate spoke on positive Green solutions for a thriving economy in Ontario. They have listened and responded to the concerns of residents.

The New Economy and Green Industries

Sat, October 10, 2009, 1pm – 3pm

New Kennedy Square Mall, 8630 Kennedy Rd., Markham

Mike Schreiner, Leader of the Green Party of Ontario and Adam Poon, Markham-Unionville’s Federal Green Party Candidate spoke on positive Green solutions for a thriving economy in Ontario. They have listened and responded to the concerns of residents.

Open Letter to Minister of Energy and Infrastructure Brad Duguid

An open letter to Brad Duguid, the Hon. Minister of Energy and Infrastructure Hon. Brad Duguid, Minister
Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure
4th Floor, Hearst Block
900 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario M7A 2E1

Mike Schreiner, Leader
Green Party of Ontario
191 John Street, lower level
Toronto, ON M5T 1X3

Dear Minister Duguid:

Greens Call for Reforms in Public Appointments

It’s time for a fresh approach at Queen’s Park. An approach that is fair, transparent and consistent.This week’s controversy surrounding the reappointments of Ombudsman André Marin and Environmental Commissioner Gord Miller highlight a disturbing trend toward ad hoc, short-term, closed door decision making by the McGuinty Liberals.

Why has the government waited until the last minute to announce that Marin and Miller will not be reappointed? Is it to silence two public servants who are doing their jobs holding the government to account?

Greens ready to show leadership in protecting Ontario’s farmland, farmers and greenspace

Markham town councilors have put forth a bold plan to protect their remaining farmland with a permanent Markham Foodbelt. Tonight, residents will have an opportunity to speak at a public planning meeting, where the Foodbelt proposal is expected to be presented to significant support.

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