Green Party By-election Platform Released

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September 12

VANCOUVER, BC / September 12, 2017: The Green Party of Vancouver today unveiled its by-election platforms for the October 14 by-elections for Vancouver City Council and the Vancouver School Board.

The party is running longtime community advocate Pete Fry for the single Vancouver City Council seat, and the Party's platform for that race can be found here.

Three candidates have been fielded by the Green Party for the Vancouver School Board by-election taking place on the same day. The platform for that race can be found here.

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Three Candidates Nominated for School Board By-election

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August 26

The Green Party of Vancouver this morning nominated three candidates to run in the October 14 by-election to replace the Vancouver School Board dismissed by the previous provincial government.

Vying to be elected to one of the nine trustee positions will be former trustee Dr. Janet Fraser, health and wellness consultant Estrellita (Estie) Gonzalez, and educator Dr. Judy Zaichkowsky.

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Pete Fry To Run For Greens In October 14 Civic Byelection

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August 17

The Green Party of Vancouver this evening nominated by acclamation long-time community advocate Pete Fry as the party's candidate for the October 14 City Council by-election.

In accepting the nomination, Fry stated: "Adriane Carr has been alone on council pushing for resolutions on issues like whistle blower protection, social housing targets that are tied to actual income, transparency around public benefits, and so much more. But she’s just one Green on council.

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Pete Fry To Be Acclaimed Green Party Candidate for Vancouver Byelection

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August 15

It is expected that Vancouver raised community advocate Pete Fry will be acclaimed as the Green Party of Vancouver candidate for the upcoming civic byelection at a nomination meeting to be held 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, August 16 in the Royal Bank Room at the YWCA Hotel Vancouver (733 Beatty Street).

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Greens proud to show their colours at Pride Parade

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August 08

We had a wonderful time showing off our colours at the Pride parade on August 6th. There were over 50 of us joining the parade including provincial candidates, elected civic greens, federal party leader Elizabeth May, and past candidates joining the hundreds of thousands of people from across the city and region. Thanks so much to all our volunteers for making this Pride the biggest yet.

 Adriane-Pride.jpgAdriane strutting her stuff at pride

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Electing Vancouver's Second Green City Councillor

POSTED ON
July 25

We're happy to announce that the Green Party of Vancouver will be holding a nomination meeting on August 16th for our City Council candidate and August 26th for our School Board candidate(s). The latter of which is contingent upon the Provincial Government confirming a school board by-election -- we expect this to be decided on or before August 4th, 2017.

Vancouver City HallVancouver City Hall. Photo courtesy Kenny Louie.

Both of these meetings are open to new and non-members alike. However only those who have been members for at least two weeks prior to each meeting will be eligible to vote for the candidate(s). Those whose membership has lapsed within one year of each meeting can renew in advance online at vangreens.ca/membership or at the door. Additionally, you must be in attendance to vote as our bylaws do not permit proxy voting.

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