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Yukon Greens Campaign Vehicle (before the snow)
Lewis Rifkind | The Yukon Green Party is running five candidates, although it is highly unlikely any of them will get elected. Pity, because they have some good ideas.
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Thomas Woodley | Elizabeth May should apologize to Green Party members, says CPJME President, Thomas Woodley.
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Michael Laxer | Despite the partisan assertions of some, when it comes to economic policy the Greens are very clearly a "progressive" party.
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Karl Nerenberg | The NDP's Tom Mulcair has just promised to eliminate the tax break on stock options. That is a CCPA proposal in its Alternate Federal Budget (AFB). There is much more in the AFB.
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Karl Nerenberg | Elizabeth May's Green Party provides the most detail on climate change and the environment of any party. The Greens also propose some novel and intriguing ideas on social and economic policy.
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Karl Nerenberg | The Harper regime has been openly hostile to the environment, to those who research it and to those who advocate for it. Trudeau's Liberals are gun-shy, while NDPers and Greens are more serious.
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Clock Tower in Parliament Hill
Christopher Majka | Byelections are strange beasts; blizzards of activity of moot significance. There is an intense desire to discern significance in their minutiae; smoke signals that portend the next election.
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Ben West | I think both the NDP and the Greens owe it to the public to make a peace treaty and find a way to show everyone that we can work together for solutions that are good for people and the planet.
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Gary Shaul | The opposition parties might say they want to defeat Harper, but vote splitting is the problem, not the solution.
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Jerry West | The dust has settled on the B.C. election, sort of. B.C.ers won't know until the end of May what the new legislature will look like.
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Alice Klein | It is time for new thoughts on a post-partisan plan.