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    Green Party of SaskatchewanFor immediate release 2014 a year of progress for Saskatchewan people but much work to be done in 2015 Regina, Saskatchewan – The Saskatchewan Green Party feels 2014 was a year of progress for Saskatchewan people but there is also much work to be done in 2015. Saskatchewan Green Party Leader Victor Lau is pleased that the Wall Government adopted many ideas in 2014 that have been put forward by the Sask Greens. Some of these moves include adding Kalydeco to the Saskatchewan Drug Formulary. “It is good that the Wall Government is open to constructive alternatives from the Sask Greens,” says Lau. “Our list of what we would like to see accomplished for Saskatchewan people still needs to be worked on for 2015.” Items at the top of the 2015 ‘to-do’ list include: • Tabling of the Saskatchewan Crown Co-operative Act, which would transform Saskatchewan’s Crown Corporations into Crown Co-operatives, • Expanding Pharmacare in Saskatchewan to include all citizens of the province, and • Begin a four year phasing in of a universal Guaranteed Livable Income for all Saskatchewan people, • A Provincial Transportation strategy, and • Although grain transportation is a federal issue, continue encouraging the Wall Government to work with Ottawa to end the Grain Transportation backlog in Saskatchewan. “In order to keep Saskatchewan moving forward in 2015, these ideas and more require urgent attention.” In the meantime, the Sask Greens have a full slate of 61 candidates nominated for the next provincial election, an event which could happen in the New Year. -30- For more information, please contact Victor Lau at (306)737-5345.
    Mon 8:43 pm | Saskatchewan,
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    Option NationaleLe 5 décembre dernier, un autre de nos valeureux militants s’en est allé trop tôt. Reposez en paix M. Cantin.
    Mon 5:28 pm | Quebec,
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    Coalition AvenirLe gouvernement #Couillard fait fausse route en voulant geler les salaires des employés de l’État, plutôt que de s’attaquer au nombre d’employés.
    Mon 2:24 pm | Quebec,
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    Ontario NDPFollowing deeply concerning allegations of bribery against the Liberals by their former candidate in Sudbury this morning, NDP House Leader Gilles Bisson Timmins-James Bay ONDP wrote to Elections Ontario calling for a complete and immediate investigation. Ontarians deserve to know if this allegation is true, and if so, who ordered Ontario Liberal party officials to offer Mr. Olivier a “job or appointment” in exchange for his withdrawal from the Liberal nomination race.
    Mon 1:03 pm | Ontario,
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    Liberal Party of NLLiberal Leader, Dwight Ball, spoke with media today about the CETA deal and how the issue impacts our province, especially the Fisheries Innovation Fund.
    Mon 12:59 pm | Newfoundland,
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    Coalition AvenirL'entrevue de François Legault ce matin à 98,5 fm - Puisqu'il faut se lever avec Paul Arcand sur le bilan de session 2014. Une bonne discussion sur l'économie, la création de richesse et les emplois de qualité.
    Mon 8:55 am | Quebec,
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    Nova Scotia NDPAre you an NDP supporter looking for a political New Year's resolution? Resolve to write at least 4 Letters to the Editor in 2015. Here's one from a frequent writer to the Truro Daily News: http://www.trurodaily.com/Opinion/Letters-to-the-Editor/2014-12-12/article-3974495/Governments-tax-review-needs-to-stay-top-of-mind/1
    Mon 7:22 am | Nova Scotia, Manicouagan

Dec 14th

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    Green Party of SaskatchewanFor immediate release Saskatchewan Greens sincerely thank Wall Government for not passing proposed new Surface Rights Act Regina, Saskatchewan – The Saskatchewan Green Party is sincerely thanking the Wall Government for not passing its proposed new Surface Rights Act. The legislation was previously expected to be tabled and passed by the Saskatchewan Party government, but didn’t come to pass. Saskatchewan Greens Leader Victor Lau says regardless of the motivation for not approving the new Act at this time, it is the right move. “Farmers, ranchers and other farmland owners clearly had misgivings about the proposed Act, and therefore ramming these changes through the Legislature could have been bad for the people of this province,” says Lau. “But it seems members of this government have had some sober second thought, and done the right thing by respecting the rights of surface rights holders.” The Sask Green Party wants two key additions to the Surface Rights Act: • Establish a Rural Landowner’s Advocacy Office to advocate for farmers, ranchers and other rural landowners when negotiating with energy companies over surface rights, and • Drilling must be a minimum distance away from occupied dwellings, at a distance to be mutually agreed to by the energy company and the people living in the dwelling. Lau says the government should also continue to work with surface rights holder groups and other stakeholders to ensure that the will of Saskatchewan people prevails in any new Surface Rights Act. -30- For more information, please contact Victor Lau at (306)737-5345.
    Sun 11:11 pm | Saskatchewan,
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    Sun 8:37 pm | Saskatchewan,
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    The Pirate PartyBritish Columbia Civil Liberties Association on how Canada was complicit in the CIA torture program. https://twitter.com/bccla/status/544190885026488320
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    The Pirate PartyNext anti-piracy campaign would allegedly ask Morgan Freeman to call movie downloaders as having tiny, useless penis who should be embarrassed for living. http://torrentfreak.com/morgan-freeman-movie-pirates-have-tiny-useless-penises-141214/
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    The Pirate PartyHow could the Supreme Court have it so wrong? Legislators and Judges are often confused by the new technology boogeyman propaganda and fear mongering. If any new legislation is needed it is to reaffirm that search warrant is still needed whether it involves new technology or not. In the absence of irrational fear and the presence of reason, a Pirate Party MP would make sure that such reaffirmation is written into law. Ask the other parties to take a similar stand. http://www.thestar.com/opinion/editorials/2014/12/11/supreme_court_cellphone_ruling_opens_door_to_privacy_abuse_editorial.html
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    Liberal Party of NLSt. John's East candidate, Paul Antle, helps his daughters prepare for the Christmas Pageant at Church - special memories. #nlholidaycheer
    Sun 8:09 am | Newfoundland,

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