Thursday, November 26, 2020
The city of Montreal is preparing to discharge a huge amount of wastewater into the St. Lawrence River and this practice remains the year-round standard for nearly 100 Quebec municipalities. Sign the petition to put an end to the dumping of sewage into all Quebec waterways! https://www.facebook.com/alex.tyrrell.92/posts/1684740068405948
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Solidarity with the Innu demonstration for indigenous rights, environmental protection and respect for agreements signed with Hydro-Québec. Mr. Couillard has a duty to meet with Innu leaders. https://www.facebook.com/alex.tyrrell.92/posts/1652831884930100  
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Montreal - It is with great optimism that Alex Tyrrell will present the Green Party of Quebec's brief on June 3 as part of the public consultation on the issues and impacts of the ban on single-use shopping bags. According to the Green Party of Quebec, the time has come...
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In the wake of the drinking water crisis in Longueuil, the Green Party of Quebec (PVQ) reminds Longueuil Mayor Caroline St-Hilaire of the importance of keeping her promise to publish the results of the internal investigation into the diesel spill in drinking water as soon as possible. During the...
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Following the spill of 28,000 litres of diesel fuel into the St. Lawrence River in Longueuil, the Green Party of Quebec (PVQ) is asking the Minister of Sustainable Development, Environment and the Fight Against Climate Change to increase the penal provisions of the Environment Quality Act and to impose...
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Following the revelations that the minister of the environment abused his discretionary power to allow seismic testing in the critical habitat of the Saint Lawrence beluga, which is an endangered species the Green Party of Quebec released the following attack ad. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3tiYZ8t-FY&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR0P8cR58VCLPJBlGicgErd98leQ-JrWtcOslRskgEggvSH7LmmJJLuopT0
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Last night the Green Party of Québec made the CBC national news to talk about our petition calling for a ban on microplastic beads in personal hygiene products. New research from McGill released earlier this week slows that extensive microplastic pollution is present on the bottom Saint-Laurence river. Experts say...
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Photo: Kevin Schafer-WWF Yesterday, the court ruled that the Minister of the Environment was in violation when he authorized the work of the oil industry in Cacouna before receiving scientific advice. It is unthinkable that a minister could do this, as if corporate interests were more important than the protection of...
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