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    MPgreWho can stop climate change? - Whistler Question
    Last month, Green Party leader and environmental activist Elizabeth May shared her insight into the recent COP21 climate talks in Paris as part of an AWARE event at the Whistler Conference Centre. If Whistlerites — and ... The difference between ...and more » read more
    Tue 11:56 am | whistlerquestion.com

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    MPgreMeet the Parliamentary swim team 0:39 - CBC.ca
    It also includes Green Party Leader Elizabeth May, who learned how to swim through the club. "I love swimming, so it was ... "All Canadians have packed days: getting kids ready for school, going to work, coming back and making dinner. And we want to ... read more
    Jan 29, 2016 10:58 am | cbc.ca
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    MPgreActs of kindness, honouring fallen police and... - Hamilton Spectator
    By extension, I believe the infection to be the federal Liberal government that will undoubtedly infect Canada with wasteful spending and social engineering policies, as Kathleen Wynne has done in Ontario. ... The cartoon does appear to be a little ... read more
    Jan 29, 2016 12:43 am | thespec.com

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    MPgreBy the numbers: Women in Parliament - Globalnews.ca
    Only four women ran when Agnes MacPhail became Canada's first woman Member of Parliament, in 1921. 533 women ran this ... It's harder to convince women to run for office, political leaders like Justin Trudeau and Elizabeth May have said. One reason ... read more
    Jan 28, 2016 2:19 pm | globalnews.ca
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    MPgreAnimal group shares Marineland probe with senator - Niagarathisweek.com
    OTTAWA — Representatives of Last Chance for Animals met with senator Wilfred Moore and Green Party leader Elizabeth May Thursday to present findings of an undercover investigation into the care of whales, mainly the park's Beluga whale population ... read more
    Jan 28, 2016 1:56 pm | niagarathisweek.com
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    MPgreThe new pipeline roadmap for Canada - CBC.ca
    This week on The House mid-week podcast, after pipeline politics dominated the first few days of Parliament's return, Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr and Environment Minister Catherine McKenna announced Wednesday that the government is ... read more
    Jan 28, 2016 7:13 am | cbc.ca
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    MPgreNo pain, no gain - Pique Newsmagazine
    Green Party leader Elizabeth May is right when she says thinking about the big picture of climate change is paralyzing. ... May reminded us that only five degrees in temperature separates Canada's history as a land covered with ice and today's reality. read more
    Jan 28, 2016 1:00 am | piquenewsmagazine.com

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    MPgrePipeline projects to face new environmental regulations - CBC.ca
    Pipeline projects will face a new environmental assessment process, a move the federal government says will restore the confidence of Canadians in the regulatory regime for major energy projects. Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr and Environment ...and more » read more
    Also in this article:Stephen Harper
    Jan 27, 2016 2:56 pm | cbc.ca
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    MPgreClimate change - North Shore News
    Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party of Canada, shares her views on the Paris Agreement on climate change at a recent meeting of the Canadian Federation of University Women, West Vancouver chapter. The club meets monthly at Westerleigh Parc. read more
    Jan 27, 2016 9:05 am | nsnews.com

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    MPgreFeds promise new rules for reviewing pipeline projects - Vancouver Sun
    But critics questioned Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's plan to somehow placate the two sides of the debate — communities in Western Canada dependent on oil exports, and groups and regions across the country, and especially on the B.C. coast, ... Green ...and more » read more
    Also in this article:Peter Julian
    Jan 25, 2016 9:09 pm | vancouversun.com
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    MPgreCorridor talks climate change - Whistler Question
    Overall, May said a “very ambitious agenda” emerged from the climate talks, during which Canada punched well above its weight. It painted a future in which the countries involved committed to going off of fossil fuels in order to curb global warming ... read more
    Jan 25, 2016 6:45 pm | whistlerquestion.com

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    MPgreVOICE OF THE PEOPLE | JAN. 21, 2016 - TheChronicleHerald.ca
    Elizabeth May's admonition on the Donkin coal mine (Jan. 9 story) is full of the environmental platitudes that have so far done very little to support the economy here in Nova Scotia or elsewhere. Nurturing fear of an industry that has invested a lot ...and more » read more
    Also in this article:Rodger Cuzner
    Jan 20, 2016 12:16 pm | thechronicleherald.ca

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