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    Canadians and backpackers to Nepal from around the world are working to raise money to send directly to the Nepal Red Cross Society in Pokhara. Please consider supporting this campaign and assist the local Red Cross in their efforts to respond to the recent earthquake. https://www.tilt.com/campaigns/backpackers-for-nepal-earthquake-relief-fund-359564a8/description
    Apr 30, 2015 11:47 am | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    Greens of all ages with banners, signs, flags, flowers, drums and noisemakers join Elizabeth May, Fran Hunt-Jinnouchi, and Jo-Ann Roberts for Victoria's Earth Walk for Peace and the Planet. Elizabeth May gives an inspiring and hopeful speech.
    Apr 29, 2015 5:55 am | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    Q&A with Elizabeth May about why 2015 will be a breakthrough year for the Greens - and must be, if Canada is to contribute to global action against climate change. http://theverb.org/harper-may-i/
    Apr 29, 2015 5:53 am | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    Elizabeth May talks about Green Candidate for MP Lynne Quarmby
    Apr 28, 2015 4:16 pm | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    With Elizabeth May #csmlshillday CSMLS / SCSLM
    Apr 28, 2015 11:54 am | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    Elizabeth May offre ses condoléances aux familles qui ont perdu un être cher et aux travailleurs qui continuent de souffrir de blessures et de maladies en milieu de travail á Jour de deuil national. « Le fait est que tout décès ou toute blessure en milieu de travail est évitable. Aujourd’hui, en ce Jour de deuil national au Canada, agissons ensemble pour faire en sorte que chaque Canadien puisse rentrer chez lui à la fin de sa journée de travail, sain et sauf. »
    Apr 28, 2015 6:39 am | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    Elizabeth May extends her condolences to to families who have lost a loved one and to workers that continue to suffer from workplace injuries and illness on National Day of Mourning “The fact is that any workplace death or injury is preventable. Today, on Canada’s National Day of Mourning, let us act together to ensure that every Canadian can get home at the end of a working day, safe and sound.” - Elizabeth May Don't forget to Like and Share this post if you agree.
    Apr 28, 2015 6:26 am | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    Watch Elizabeth May on CTV Question Period today with Robert Fife at 11am ET. http://www.ctvnews.ca/qp/
    Apr 26, 2015 7:43 am | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    What a great day at the Creatively United event English Inn Hotel and Wedding Venue. Meeting Elizabeth May was the "whipping cream on the waffle". I did invite the lady with yellow scarf and sunglasses for a photoshoot, she was dressed for a Wannawafel and she earned it, on the house! Back tomorrow 12-4pm
    Apr 25, 2015 11:53 pm | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    "I want to pause for a moment because this is not an ordinary debate, this is not an ordinary bill and this is not about politics anymore. This is about the soul of the country and a question of whether we understand what Canada stands for, for ourselves and what we represent around the world." http://elizabethmaymp.ca/elizabeth-may-speech-on-bill-c-51/
    Apr 24, 2015 2:33 pm | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    Lot's going on in Sidney this weekend! Here are a few ideas to get you started... 1) The Saanich Peninsula Arts & Crafts show is on at the Mary Winspear Centre. Admission is only $4! The art work is incredible with a vast offering of mediums and techniques. 2) The Raincoast Conservation Foundation is holding a presentation along with Elizabeth May on Saturday at 6pm. Tickets are still available. 3) Woodshed Pizza is holding Bluegrass music, beer & pizza night on Saturday - guaranteed to be a good time! 4) Beacon Landing Bar & Grill has live latin and jazz music on Saturday night. 5) Pop-up book fair at the Haunted Book Shop on Third Street (Friday & Saturday) 6) Visit the Loose Threads exhibit at the Sidney Museum & Archives ( running the month of April). 7) Have you ever been whale watching? Well now is the time with 4 new babies cruising the Salish Sea! Contact Sidney Whale Watching for departure times and to book! 8) Tea Leaf reading... Sidney has its own resident tea leaf reader. Visit Tea Alley teas & things for more details and to book a tea time. While you are there treat yourself to a pedicure to get those toes ready for summer with Avalon Spa & Wellness Centre Visit the events calendar for more details!
    Apr 24, 2015 11:22 am | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    Two of Elizabeth May's proposed amendments to Bill C-46, the Pipeline Safety Act today were passed in committee! Her amendments proposed to strengthen protections to Indigenous peoples and taxpayers in the event of a pipeline spill. “I am thrilled that the Conservative members of the Natural Resources Committee chose to recognize the need to strengthen the polluter pay principle in Bill C-46. My amendments corrected what I saw as major weaknesses of the bill: that much of the recovery of funds from polluters is discretionary and that First Nations Peoples are not adequately included.” - Elizabeth May Don't forget to Share this historic moment with your Friends!
    Apr 23, 2015 5:03 pm | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    This year marks the 45th Anniversary of Earth Day. Elizabeth May and Bruce Hyer were integral in its inception. Now, join Elizabeth May, Bruce Hyer and our Green Party of Canada Candidates as we share in the importance of this day, and what it should mean to Canadians moving forward during this election year. www.greenparty.ca
    Apr 22, 2015 11:23 am | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    “If Stephen Harper believes there is an argument to be made to send our troops to Ukraine, he should make it in Parliament. With the information Parliament currently has received, there seems to be no compelling reason to engage militarily in this region. Despite avenues for more constructive involvement in this terrible conflict, it appears Mr. Harper would rather sabre-rattle than work towards diplomacy." http://elizabethmaymp.ca/elizabeth-may-demands-a-debate-in-parliament-on-ukraine/
    Apr 16, 2015 1:46 pm | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    Canadians will hear Elizabeth May's Vision for Canada in the upcoming federal debates. This is an exciting time for Canadian Greens.
    Apr 15, 2015 7:46 am | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    Apr 15, 2015 7:27 am | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    “Ontario, Quebec and B.C. have been proactive in finding some way to be part of the solution, while Harper’s polices continue to make Canada overall part of the problem. While I want to commend the efforts of Ontario and Quebec in making progress at the provincial level, they have chosen a far less than ideal pricing scheme. If I were Prime Minister, conversations with provinces for a national plan would have started years ago. Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq’s attempts to use the provinces as political cover for a federal government that cancelled Canada’s national climate plan and did not replace it over the last nine years it has been in power is the height of hypocrisy.” http://elizabethmaymp.ca/canada-needs-national-leadership-on-climate-change-elizabeth-may-says/
    Apr 14, 2015 7:52 am | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    Elizabeth May speaks with a voice of reason on CBC about Vancouver oil spill. As our country moves forward we have to look closely at cuts to vital infrastructure that threaten our health, safety and the environment's ability to sustain us. Conservatives want citizens to look the other way while they find excuses for their policy's failures. The facts are that there was a spill and the plan that they, the Conservatives, have enacted has been found inadequate. This begs the question what will happen under less ideal circumstances?
    Apr 12, 2015 3:04 pm | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    Apr 10, 2015 2:47 pm | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    Elizabeth May, Lynne Quarmby for Burnaby North - Seymour, Claire Martin, and Ken Melamed show how the Harper Conservatives' cuts to various departments contributed to the poor response in the English Bay oil spill. http://www.greenparty.ca/en/media-release/2015-04-10/harper%E2%80%99s-cuts-contribute-unacceptable-spill-response-says-green-party
    Apr 10, 2015 9:45 am | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands
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    On est fiers de notre chef Justin Trudeau aujourd'hui! “He said he had two reasons: One was that he thinks we need to make sure that the environment gets discussed and debated adequately in the debates and for that he thinks I should be there. The other [reason], which I really like, is that his daughter will be watching her dad in the debate, and he doesn’t want her to think it’s a boys-only thing to be in public life,” Elizabeth May said.
    Apr 09, 2015 8:05 am | British Columbia, Saanich—Gulf Islands

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