Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Alex Tyrrell appeared on City News Montreal to discuss his potential bid for the leadership of the Green Party of Canada following the resignation of Elizabeth May as leader of the federal Greens. https://www.facebook.com/alex.tyrrell.92/videos/2411654652381149/
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Read the article on CBC The leader of the Green Party of Quebec said he's considering running to be Elizabeth May's successor and that the party needs to develop a platform that Canada's left can rally behind. While the federal Green Party leader has not confirmed that she is planning to step...
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Montreal Gazette: Alex Tyrrell, leader of the Quebec Green Party (which is different from the Green Party of Canada), said he found the government and Bill 21 racist. “If we look at who is targeted by the law, who wears religious symbols, it’s visible minorities, so it’s a racist law,”...
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I was on CBC Radio Noon today answering questions from callers along with the NDP and Conservative leaders. Many callers were pleasantly surprised by the Green Party’s platform! We are building more and more support every day!! https://www.facebook.com/alex.tyrrell.92/posts/2155007101379240
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I was on the Leap Manifesto Podcast called Change Everything with Elizabeth May, Avi Lewis, and Maya Menezes. We had a great conversation about the internal workings of the Green Party of Canada, the Tar Sands and why in my opinion the GPC is the most viable option for the Canadian...
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I was on CKUT 90.3 FM earlier this week talking about the Alberta Tar Sands, Proportional Representation in Quebec and climate change! Thanks to Ryan N. Young for having me on his show named Ecolibrium! https://www.facebook.com/alex.tyrrell.92/posts/2356421994571082
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- Speech at the Taxi Industry Convention - It was an honour to address the taxi industry convention earlier today in Laval and especially to have received a standing ovation. In my speech, I highlighted two of the main reasons why the Parti Vert du Québec is strongly opposed to the...
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Alex Tyrrell gives feature interview to Frédéric Bérard of Métro Newspaper during the 2018 Quebec general election campaign. Questions include the role of the Green Party, the preparations for the campaign and the party's ideological foundation.   https://www.facebook.com/alex.tyrrell.92/posts/2145268459019771?__xts__%5B0%5D=68.ARBQWmx0g6m-S_ctBPix8tSv3K9YUsCXTvGekizoUxYyxXUcAENWNjFTyHfqjc8j-X_ursAxAwIGZSOX889w3IB39N690sP2g2Wi5hRoMVyfr0gOFUUi_xAFbNIaPTnOWxIwLueK0TaIlgutlIq2o7wWI3GddVhOAqDsE9XU5qKXPzMqNXtpE5MLkX0sMs9cEkByCSH53PeTbgxzw5GLpjyOemCEQTXKILBJ7IeE-YRY6WApUzp1j7qj4eKy1Bawzhu8KF9ORlP4tdnH8C7jt6rero58XxKL32aaGg73Do_I44UHojWoSOINcpPDrUVkk46FTcLHHn4GmgXmZC5NhXoVGs4&__tn__=-R
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Like the rest of Quebec's party leaders, the head of Green Party is touring the province this month in a bid to win over voters. But instead of a sleek campaign bus and nights in hotels, Alex Tyrrell is driving around in a beat up 2001 Honda Civic and sleeping in youth...
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