Elizabeth May’s party wants to cooperate
The Green candidate in the Calgary Centre byelection finds lessons in the result.
Once party nominations have occurred and staff has been assigned, strategies and platforms established, signs and literature
Some of the Green party leader’s comments to reporters after QP yesterday.
Remember, this was a byelection. So there was no—I think people get panicked about vote splitting. Whether it
Reviewing the by-elections, Alice Funke focuses on the Green vote.
But, if you look more closely at the right-hand side of the second graph above, and examine the parties’ historic
Adam Radwanski explains Elizabeth May’s first-past-the-post conundrum.
Of all the arguments to examine how we elect our representatives, the plight of the Green Party probably isn’t at the top of
Working with the rebate threshold, Alice Funke tallies the number of ridings in which each party received at least 10% of the vote. Those totals are as follows, with changes
Changes in popular vote totals for the parties from 2008 to 2011.
Bloc Quebecois -490,203
Each party leader has picked their favourite speech. Read the full text here.
Here is the magazine piece on Michael Ignatieff’s current situation. Here is the math.
In order to do so, the Liberals first need their supporters to return. According to analysis
The Green party has released its election platform—both short and long versions.
In this platform you will find a vision for a modern, smart economy that reduces the deficit, creates
The Green Party has promised to end large corporate subsidies and grant programs that go towards environmentally harmful industries, activities or practices. The Greens will also provide federal funding to
The Green Party has promised to establish an hourly minimum wage of $10 under the Canada Labour Code.
The Green Party has promised to eliminate personal income tax below the low income cut-off of $20,000.
While campaigning in Victoria, BC, on April 4, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May promised the CBC $450 million in funding to be spread out over three years: $100 million in
While Campaigning in Victoria, BC, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May promised that if elected, her party would increase federal transfer payments to the provinces in order to combat tuition increases
While campaigning in Sydney, BC, on March 29, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May promised to work with the other parties to build high-speed rail lines on the Windsor-Quebec and Calgary-Edmonton
The NDP says the Conservatives and Liberals have conspired to extend the mission in Afghanistan. Evangelical leader Charles McVety says someone in the government told him that the Conservatives and