Green party canvasser in B.C. Image: Vancouver Ghost/Wikimedia Commons
Tina S. Beier | How one voter's worries over climate change and reproductive justice are complicating her decision about who she will vote for in the federal election on October 21.
Michael Kalmanovitch back in the day, campaigning for the Green Party of Canada. Image: Michael Kalmanovitch for Edmonton Strathcona/Facebook
David J. Climenhaga | Within hours of Michael Kalmanovitch's announcement he was dropping out, the Greens issued a statement saying he was is no longer a member of the party.
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Linda Leon | Could the Green plan meet its goals of "addressing the climate emergency" and "transitioning to a green economy"?
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May. Image: University of the Fraser Valley/Flickr
Rick Salutin | We should consider this election a privilege. For the first time, the top issue in voters' minds is the main threat not only to Canada but to organized human life: environmental crisis.
Elizabeth May -- we don't have to choose between the economy and the environment. Image: Victoria Fenner
Victoria Fenner | Why is it that so many people believe we can have a stable economy or healthy environment, but not both? Green Party Leader Elizabeth May talks to Victoria Fenner about this and more.
Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath. Photo: Ontario NDP/Flickr
Rick Salutin | Forget the past. What youth are most serious about is the present, in which they're starting to drown. Urgency may be the socialism of today.
Green Party canvasser in B.C. Photo: Vancouver Ghost/Wikimedia Commons
Ed Finn | It's possible that neither the Liberals nor the Conservatives will win a majority in this election. Many former Liberal supporters may decide to "go Green" instead of voting NDP or Conservative.
Elizabeth May at podium in 2015. Photo: Bob Jonkman/Flickr
Duncan Cameron | With 17 elected Green Party members at the provincial and federal levels, the Greens look to be competitive in a number of federal ridings across Canada in the October 21 election.
Dennis King. Photo: Dennis King/Twitter
Karl Nerenberg | The Greens have a right to feel pretty euphoric about the result, even if it fell short of pollsters' predictions, but what this will mean for Elizabeth May's federal Greens is difficult to say.
Joan Crockatt. Image: David Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | A great Liberal candidate, Kent Hehr, and a great Liberal campaign, Justin Trudeau's, won the election of 2015. Claims to the contrary are codswallop.
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Yves Engler | Israel nationalists' attacks helped solidify overwhelming support for Palestinian rights in the Green Party of Canada. Leader Elizabeth May downplays BDS's role.
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various | More than 50 cultural and political figures released the following open letter today, calling for the Green Party of Canada not to reverse its policy to support Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions.