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    By and large I've avoided post-election interviews, in part because I was reluctant to become the "face of defeat" for the 2015 election. But today I agreed to sit down with Peter Mansbridge for a 1:1 interview about electoral loss, about what it is like for someone who puts their name on the ballot and not get the outcome they hoped for. I think it was a thoughtful interview, and I was pleased to be a part of it, even if parts were hard. Part of the interview will air tonight on The National, with the full interview running this weekend. I'll be interested to hear what you think. The National (CBC)
    Jan 18, 2016 10:59 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax

December

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    As my Facebook version of #ff follow Friday, give my new workplace a like, would ya? :)
    Dec 11, 2015 12:02 pm | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Friends! I have big news! This photo was taken last year when I participated in an oyster shucking contest hosted by WWF-Canada. It was part of an event to raise awareness about oceans and sustainably caught seafood. Little did I know then that a year later I would be spending even more time with WWF-Canada. I’m so thrilled to announce to you all that I will be working with the World Wildlife Fund, one of the world’s largest and most respected conservation organizations, as a senior advisor to their Oceans Team here in Canada. I’m excited to join WWF-Canada because they understand that you can’t conserve nature or succeed in protecting our environment unless community is part of that conversation. They have been leaders in ensuring that the economic and social needs of communities are met while working toward sustainable conservation gains for nature. Examples like the Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP) are what inspire me to work with this organization. This year the province of BC and 18 First Nations signed the MaPP which is an agreement to sustainably manage 102,000 square kilometres of Canada’s northwestern Pacific coast. This agreement calls for an approach that recognizes many ocean uses, including traditional harvesting, commercial fishing, tourism, marine transportation, and renewable energy - and WWF-Canada was part of making it happen. It would be so wonderful to work on projects like this, projects that understand the value of working collaboratively to achieve great things for our environment and our communities. There are great people at WWF-Canada. I’m looking forward to working with President and CEO David Miller, their Halifax-based Vice-President of Oceans, Bettina Saier, and their wonderful teams of scientists and policy experts. I’m proud to be working with such an incredible organization and such great people. And lucky for me my job interview *didn’t* include oyster shucking!
    Dec 02, 2015 11:54 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax

November

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    Peter Stoffer and I are on Examineradio podcast! Plus also, think about a subscription to the Halifax Examiner. We need a diversity of voices in our media environment. The Examiner provides a refreshing and critical perspective on issues and events in Nova Scotia, while also trying to support investigative journalism. It's worth supporting.
    Nov 27, 2015 12:16 pm | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Nov 21, 2015 12:43 pm | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Nov 20, 2015 10:55 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Friends, One month ago today it was the morning after the election. Whether you were a volunteer on the campaign or a far-off supporter and friend, we were all in a bit of shock one month ago. And a lot has happened since then. Right after the election I headed to Ottawa to start clearing out the office, as defeated MPs have just 17 days to physically get out of the space. We also have to liaise with the “transition team” - “transition” is the House of Commons euphemistic term for what happens to a defeated MP. It’s gold. Tammy, Christine and I tackled the files and the packing on Parliament Hill, while Phyllis and Anne Marie handled the Halifax office. Over the course of 7 years we certainly accumulated a lot of letters and mementos, so it was a special journey down memory lane. The “transition” is a real whirlwind. On the last day when we were supposed to hand over our keys, I was sending out a couple last emails from my desk and I was half-watching the news on the tv in my office. A mover came into my office, walked past me, turned the tv off, put a sticker on it, unplugged it, and carried it away. While I was watching it! It was such a profoundly unceremonious act that I just couldn’t stop laughing! I figured my time in office was truly, truly finished at that moment, so I dug through one of my boxes of personal items, pulled out a bottle of scotch, Christine found some dixie cups by the water cooler, and we laughed and cried and toasted each other. What an ending. Tammy is looking forward to continuing to fight the good fight with NDP anywhere in Canada. Christine is seeking new adventures in Ottawa. Anne Marie is making plans for her early retirement and a winter without snow in Arizona, while Phyl is enjoying the idea of retirement and is busy dog shopping. I know we wish them all the best of luck and lots of love in what they do next. The picture above is a sample of some of the cards and letters that I have received since the election. It is wonderful and heartwarming and just so lovely and unexpected. I am overwhelmed (in a good way!) with how many people have sent cards and emails and messages. Your stories of how my representation touched you or what it meant to you are, well, more love than anyone could ask for. Thank you. From the bottom of my heart, thank you. Please know that I want to respond to everyone, but it takes a lot of emotional energy for me to do that right now, so it might take a while. But also know that your messages have touched me deeply…deeply, and I’m grateful. Right now I’m spending a lot of time resting and catching up with friends and family: wonderful people who were oft neglected these past 7 years, and new friends I had the privilege to meet through political work. Brendan is taking great delight in re-introducing me to the concept of the weekend. Our first weekend we went for a hike, home for a nap, and then to see a play. It was wonderful! But the thing that is even more exciting…IT HAPPENS EVERY WEEK! In fact, there is another weekend starting RIGHT NOW! What joy! So what’s next? Well, as you know I am passionate about justice: social, economic and environmental justice. I believe that there is important work to do in Parliament to realize justice in our communities, but I also believe that there is important work to do outside the walls of Parliament, work that is just as important, if not more, in our struggle for justice. I was honoured to do that work in the House of Commons for 7 years, and now I’m looking forward to the opportunities to do that work in community. Thank you to all of you for your support, your criticism, your ideas, your expertise, your enthusiasm, your demands, your encouragement, and your love. We were a wonderful team. xo Megan PS: the kind women of the Company House are opening their doors during happy hour from 4-7 this afternoon as a chance for me to say hello and catch up with people. If you’re in the area, stop by. And I think that TDogs will be there, which is awesome, because nothing comforts an electoral loss like a TDog. (My next career: marketing!)
    Nov 20, 2015 10:47 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax

October

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    Thank you, Halifax. It's been an honour. xo
    Oct 20, 2015 6:50 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    78 Days 5 Candidates 1 Choice Megan Leslie for Halifax
    Oct 19, 2015 4:09 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    78 Days 5 Candidates 1 Choice Megan Leslie for Halifax
    Oct 19, 2015 4:09 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Who’s got your back on climate change? Tom Mulcair is the only leader set to go to the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris in November as PM with hard caps for GHG emissions and a plan to meet them.
    Oct 18, 2015 4:09 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Amazing. Our volunteer, Wally, just put up our 2000th sign! WOOOOT! Thank you for your support Halifax!
    Oct 17, 2015 12:38 pm | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    I love cats, and don't have one of my own, but my aunt and uncle very generously loaned me their cat for the final weeks of the campaign. This cat is really old, and she doesn't do much other than sleep, amble around a bit with her arthritic hips, and sleep some more. A friend gave me a The Political Circus Stephen Harper cat toy stuffed with catnip, and apparently this is all you need to make an old cat feel young again. The best is the ending when she's decided she's done with ol' Steve. My sentiments exactly. (and yes, that's Alanis on the radio in the background, making it even more epic)
    Oct 17, 2015 7:18 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Facebook friends!! This has been a helluva long campaign (the longest since the completion of the railway, in fact). But we're almost here: election day is Monday! Thanks for putting up with all my posts about my record, and my commitments, and my constant #TM4PMs. And THANK YOU for all the love: your posts of support, your "likes" and replies, your messages: I feel the love! I do! And it both humbles me and makes me practically explode with pride at the same time. So just, thank you. With all my heart, thank you. But while I feel the love, what I really need is...to get the votes. Please don't assume that I've got this wrapped up! I need each and every one of you to make sure you channel those likes and messages into votes. Please make sure you vote on October 19th, 8:30-8:30. All day my team will be worrying that you might forget, so if you want to help my team with their stress levels, vote first thing at 8:30am! If you already voted, let me know in the comments section and I'll cross you off our list. THIS IS IT! We're one weekend away. Halifax, I am asking for your vote on October 19th. Together we can do this. With love, hope and optimism, Megan
    Oct 16, 2015 4:01 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Yesterday we learned that the co-chair of the Liberal campaign was lobbying for oil companies to get the energy east pipeline approved. For me, this event really highlights the difference between Justin Trudeau and Tom Mulcair's leadership. Tom Mulcair's position on the energy east pipeline is firmly rooted in his support for evidence based policy. The NDP early on took a position that we need to fix the damage Harper has done to the environmental assessment process before the pipeline could be considered AND that any pipelines had to consider the impact of increased greenhouse gas emissions on Canada's climate change commitments. The NDP believes the decision should be open to the public and based on evidence. This position isn't the easy yes or no that some people want. It is totally in keeping with Tom Mulcair's values and his experience as a public administrator. He has a profound belief that respect for the law, due process, public participation, and transparency make good public policy. He has proven this when he resigned from the Quebec cabinet over an issue of principle, his leadership against Bill C-51, and his questioning on the Mike Duffy scandal. Trudeau later copied the NDP position on energy east because he will say anything to get elected. However we now learn that his campaign co-chair has been lobbying for the pipeline all along. The Liberals have not broken their habits of scandal and elitism. The choice between Mulcair and Trudeau is a real one. Mulcair believes in making careful decisions, based on evidence. He takes climate change seriously. Trudeau surrounds himself with oil insiders getting ready to unfairly influence his decisions. It is time we had a thoughtful Prime Minister who respects the public interest. That is Tom Mulcair.
    Oct 15, 2015 2:07 pm | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Let's throwback Thursday to Atlantic Canada's Valentine for Stephen Harper. Mr. Harper, this Monday, October 19th, Canada will not choo...choo...choose you. #tbt
    Oct 15, 2015 6:34 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    This article called "Understanding Tom the Wonk" really speaks to me. This is the Tom Mulcair I know. He's principled, he's thoughtful, and he's committed to evidence-based decision making. It's not always the best zinger or political quip, but it makes for good leadership and good governance, which is what I want in a Prime Minister. Byers points out that many people "do not appreciate the principled, process-oriented side of the NDP leader...Tom wants good government, with adherence to rules and processes that will be applicable regardless of who is in power. He cares about public policy as much, perhaps more, than he cares about politics." Canada needs Tom's approach to government. It is good process that delivered the shipbuilding contract to Halifax. It is good public policy rather than opportunistic election promises that will re-balance our economy, re-build our cities, respect our scientists, ensure we take sustainable development seriously, end gender discrimination, and create visionary social programs like childcare. I am incredibly proud of my friend, and my leader, Tom Mulcair. He respects law. He believes in science. He trusts women. I want Tom to be Prime Minister, but I also want to work with him to put the processes in place to ensure that we never have to endure another government with such a singular focus on rejecting law and evidence for ideological based decisions ever again. I want this for our country, and I believe that Tom Mulcair is the only leader who can get us there. And I'm damned proud to be on his team.
    Oct 14, 2015 9:00 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    The NDP has aggressive, achievable greenhouse gas reduction targets. The Conservatives have weak targets, and we can't trust them to get there. The Liberals don't have targets at all. Read more about the NDP's climate change plan here in my interview with Rabble's Chris Majka. http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/christophermajka/2015/10/exclusive-ndps-megan-leslie-on-climate-change-and-social-jus
    Oct 14, 2015 4:38 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Hey Halifax! Tomorrow, I'm taking the 8:30am ferry to Alderney Landing to go see Tom Mulcair. You're invited to join me! See you at the ferry terminal. http://www.ndp.ca/townhall-dartmouth
    Oct 13, 2015 9:06 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    WOOT! We just got our 1900th sign location! Thank you, Ayamba, for your support! 2000, here we come!
    Oct 12, 2015 11:12 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    I'm so excited Tom Mulcair is coming to town! I'll be there. Will you join me? It's on Wednesday morning, 8:45am at Alderney Landing. http://www.ndp.ca/townhall-dartmouth
    Oct 12, 2015 9:54 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    It was really hard for me to do this Quirks & Quarks interview. I'm used to debating ideas and was thrown by Minister Gary Goodyear's revisionist history. Listen for yourself, at this link.
    Oct 11, 2015 3:49 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    The best thing happened this morning! Abby turned 8 years old. She wanted an election-themed birthday party so she asked her parents if they could come to my campaign office for a visit. Last night, she and her friends played pin the button on the leader, made vote buttons to encourage people to vote, and also staged a debate. This morning, I took them on a tour of the office, we shared delicious birthday cake, sang happy birthday and the girls asked me questions about politics. Abby even had a present for me that included candy, pencils and tape (to tape up signs!) This gives me hope for the future. All of us adults have a lot to learn from these girls. Happy Birthday Abby!
    Oct 10, 2015 7:17 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Meghan brings Oliver with her when she volunteers in my campaign office, and we all love having him around! I'm thankful for her support.
    Oct 09, 2015 9:42 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Hey Halifax! You can vote in advance, starting today! See details here: http://bit.ly/1MhiQaY The easiest way to help my campaign is to vote early. Every supporter who votes in advance is one less door for our volunteers to knock on Election Day. Thanks for all your support!
    Oct 09, 2015 4:01 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Throwback Thursday to the vote on C-51: http://bit.ly/1Pkah4k #tbt
    Oct 08, 2015 3:08 pm | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    It's out, it's exciting, it's great news for Halifax! http://meganleslie.ndp.ca/ndp-atlantic-platform
    Oct 08, 2015 1:36 pm | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Looking for an easy way to show your support for my re-election campaign? Check out my swanky new social media graphics! You can post them, share them, use them as your profile photo or your cover photo. Let’s paint Facebook AND Halifax orange!
    Oct 08, 2015 3:57 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    It was great to see Mahbubur, Isaac and Carolina at the campaign office tonight. They were headed out to knock on doors. Thanks for your support!
    Oct 07, 2015 2:46 pm | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Friends, we are in the final days of this important election campaign. And we must defeat Stephen Harper! To do that, I need your support. There are so many ways to lend a hand: - knocking on doors - making phone calls - delivering leaflets in your building or your neighbourhood - driving people to the polls - cooking food for our volunteers and staff - putting up signs - helping with office tasks If you have a couple of hours between now and October 19, please consider volunteering on my campaign. Together, we can change Ottawa!
    Oct 06, 2015 3:58 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    I'm so lucky to have such amazing and dedicated volunteers! We held a party recently to give thanks to everyone. From knocking on doors, to making phone calls, to cooking food, to distributing leaflets, there's so much to be done on a campaign and I'm very grateful for everyone's support. This is truly a team effort! (Photos at the link below)
    Oct 05, 2015 9:10 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Oct 05, 2015 3:54 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Anyone who says young people don't care about politics wasn't at the Dalhousie Society Fair last week. It was inspiring to see the quad on campus packed full of people looking to get involved on campus and looking to get involved in our community. Thanks to Dal NDP-Dalhousie New Democratic Party for hosting an NDP booth! Joanne Hussey and I were pleased to meet so many students who were interested in this election, from how to vote to how to volunteer! Photos courtesy Tahrim Alam
    Oct 04, 2015 6:03 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    I had a hard time getting to sleep last night. I couldn't stop thinking about the woman who was attacked by teenage boys who ripped off her hijab. I don't like to wear skirts above the knee. I guess it's my own personal sense of modesty. I haven't thought "why" much, it's just that I'm more comfortable in skirts to the knee. I have tried to imagine how I would feel if I was attacked by men or boys who tried to rip my skirt higher. It immediately makes my chest tight and tears spring to my eyes. I get a glimpse, but just a glimpse, of the terror. This is why I can't sleep. I went to the mosque on Agricola today (Centre for Islamic Development) not as a politician, but as a member of the community, a friend and a neighbour, to say that I condemn these racist acts. I wanted to look in they eyes of everyone there and say "I stand with you." I do not stand with a government that creates a fictional crisis about a woman taking a ceremonial oath while wearing a niqab. I reject a government that says Syrian refugees are likely terrorists because of where they come from: refugees are not terrorists; they are the first victims of terror. Women told me about how they get shouted at on the street for wearing a headscarf, right here in Halifax. Another how she was told to go back to where she came from: she was born in Nova Scotia. Another who said that I could not imagine the constant fear of being a Muslim right now. A girl, a teenage girl said she asked her dad to turn off the radio because she can't bear to listen to the news. They're clannish. They're hyper-religious. They come from a backward culture. They could be terrorists. This is what they said about the Irish coming to Canada. George Brown, founder of the Globe newspaper, dedicated pages to anti-Irish sentiment, arguing why they shouldn't be let into Canada. The Irish will change our country! Well, they did. And I kinda like that they did. The Ummah Masjid, the mosque on Chebucto, they're organizing a coat drive to deliver warm winter coats to those in need. We should all ask ourselves honestly when the last time was that we engaged in a selfless act like this. I'm learning a lot from Muslim friends and community leaders, and I learned a lot today. And I left the mosque with a sense of fellowship and of hope. Then I just learned that the Conservatives are setting up a hotline where you can snitch on your neighbours if they engage in barbaric cultural practices. Barbaric cultural practices like food drives and free winter coats? I'd like to call in the barbaric cultural practice of not ensuring a woman has access to abortion in many parts of Canada, even if she's been raped. Or the barbaric cultural practice of thinking a teenage girl has consented to sex when she's vomiting out the window. Or the barbaric cultural practice of letting 1100 Indigenous women go missing or be murdered without our government asking the question "why?". If you have a warm coat, or if you have a little money to contribute, or if you want to volunteer, contact the kind folks organizing Coats for Humanity. Drop off your coat and stay a little while for some community and friendship. It is small but significant acts like this that can help push back the fear and hate. https://www.facebook.com/events/134807166872635/
    Oct 02, 2015 1:33 pm | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Oct 02, 2015 9:07 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    I voted! You can too!
    Oct 02, 2015 9:06 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    I was proud to be at the Canadian Professional Association for Transgender Health (CPATH) conference this morning, welcoming participants from around the world to Halifax. And I’m proud to be a member of a political party that is an ally to the Trans community. My New Democrat colleague, Randall Garrison put forth a bill that would include Trans Rights in the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code. I had the opportunity to give a speech on that bill, and bring Trans voices from our community to the House of Commons Trans Rights are Human Rights. Please listen, and share.
    Oct 02, 2015 4:56 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    The NDP has a bold plan to combat climate change and it includes: · Introducing legislation to establish domestic targets as part of our fair share of international efforts to reduce GHG emission · Implementing a pan-Canadian cap and trade program, which will work with provinces to help us reach our targets · Sending Prime Minister Tom Mulcair to the international climate conference in Paris this November with targets and a plan on how to achieve them New Democrats believe in making polluters pay and working with the provinces to establish and hit targets for GHG emissions. Our plan may not be flashy and sexy like other parties, but its good governance.
    Oct 01, 2015 7:45 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Is Joe Oliver a climate change denier? Let's revisit what he said for throwback Thursday. #TBT https://youtu.be/9cVAbxU-gqk
    Oct 01, 2015 4:02 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax

September

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    Hey Halifax, will I see you tonight at one of these events? 1) Q&A on Syrian Refugee Crisis with all candidates, 6:30pm at St. Marks Church 2) Musicians 4 Megan! It starts at 8:00pm. Come out to the Seahorse for an evening of live music in support of my campaign. The lineup is amazing! In-Flight Safety, Justin Rutledge, Don Brownrigg, Quiet Parade, Like A Motorcycle, Natalie Lynn, and Adam Washburn.
    Sep 30, 2015 1:29 pm | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    I’m not psychic! But it didn’t take a fortune teller back in 2010 to know that the Harper government would continue to avoid taking leadership on the environment. They actually have climate change deniers in their caucus. The NDP worked really hard to pass our Climate Change Accountability Act in Parliament, but it was the Conservative Senators who killed the bill in 2010. Canadians were outraged when this happened. Here’s what Jack had to say about it: “What [Harper’s] done is morally wrong,” an outraged New Democratic Party Leader Jack Layton told reporters in the Senate foyer. “This is one of the most undemocratic acts we have seen in the Parliament of Canada . . . This Senate should be abolished. It should be ashamed of itself.” Making a commitment to fight climate change is actually an opportunity, not something to fear. That’s what I’m talking about in this speech. Give it a listen.
    Sep 29, 2015 12:58 pm | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    What is our most basic human need? It’s access to clean drinking water. We have a serious challenge with that right here in Halifax, in Harrietsfield, where residents have been trying for years to get access to clean drinking water. The NDP has a plan to create a National Water Strategy. Read about it here:
    Sep 29, 2015 3:47 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    ICYMI: I was on CBC’s The Current yesterday, talking about the NDP plan to combat climate change. Have a listen at this link:
    Sep 28, 2015 1:30 pm | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    In this election, we have a chance to change Ottawa. To send Prime Minister Tom Mulcair to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris this December and demonstrate that Canada can and will make substantial, concrete efforts in the fight against Climate Change. Pembina Institute – an internationally respected, clean energy think tank in Canada, has applauded the NDP’s commitment to science-based emissions reduction targets. New Democrats will get it done.
    Sep 28, 2015 8:33 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    2482 – the number of times I’ve mentioned the words, ‘Climate Change’ in the House of Commons. 149 – the number of votes it took to pass the NDP’s Climate Change Accountability Act in Parliament back in 2010. 43 – the number of votes by Conservative senators it took to kill the NDP’s Climate Change Accountability Act in the unelected, appointed senate back in 2010. 7 – the number of times the NDP has introduced the Climate Change Accountability Act in Parliament since 2007. 1 – the number of countries (Canada) that have withdrawn from the Kyoto Protocol. 0 – the number of times New Democrats have given up fighting catastrophic Climate Change. Together we will change Ottawa. An NDP government will take immediate and meaningful steps to combat Climate Change.
    Sep 28, 2015 6:07 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    Look what I found in my mailbox this morning : vintage orange pearl earrings from a friend as an early birthday present! I think they need a party for their debut. October 19 sounds good!
    Sep 27, 2015 10:16 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax
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    I’m excited to announce that Bill Niven has endorsed my campaign! Bill is a local film & television producer whose most recent project was The Book of Negroes for CBC. Thank you, Bill!
    Sep 27, 2015 5:09 am | Nova Scotia, Halifax

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