Latest news from the Green Party of Vancouver
Thirty years ago, on April 21, 1984, The Tla-o-qui-aht and Ahousaht First Nations declared Meares Island as Canada’s first Tribal Park. I was there, with my husband Paul George—founder of Western Canada Wilderness Committee—and our infant daughter, Kallie. I remember people moved to tears by the inspirational speeches at the...

Vancouver City Council’s Green Party Councillor, Adriane Carr, today submitted notice of motion for the next regular meeting of Council, April 29, 2014, calling on Council to arrange a plebiscite question for the city’s next civic election ballot on phasing out existing cetacean exhibits in the Vancouver Aquarium. The plebiscite...

Vancouver - Following the tabling by the provincial government last Thursday of the Local Elections Campaign Financing Act (Bill 20), and in the wake of a controversial $25,000-a-plate luncheon fundraiser for Mayor Gregor Robertson organised by developer Bob Rennie last month, Vancouver City Councilor Adriane Carr and the Green Party...

Vancouver - In a press conference held on the sunny steps of City Hall on the morning of March 31st, the Green Party of Vancouver announced the four nominees that have been endorsed by the party’s Candidate Screening Committee to run for City Council under the Green Party banner in the...

Do you like this page?