Monday, September 27, 2021
Today in Le Devoir, a group of Green Party members who are seeking revenge after I spoke out about Elizabeth May’s support for the Alberta Tar Sands are trying to call into question my integrity for receiving a living wage for my full time work at the Green Party...
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I am very pleased to announce that we have been called to testify before the Parliamentary Commission on Bill 39, which seeks to establish a new voting system in Quebec. This is the first time that a representative of the Green Party of Quebec will be formally heard by...
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Today I attended a demonstration against the Legault government's immigration reform. While students were speaking, members of extreme right groups entered the crowd and began pushing people while screaming racist slogans right as the speeches were being getting underway. The police intervened quickly, but not quickly enough in my opinion. The...
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Alex Tyrrell issued the following statement on November 12, 2019 Over the past few weeks, Bolivia has been torn apart by protests and an anti-democratic coup d’etat. Following elections that Evo Morales won on the first round with 47% of the...
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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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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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The Legault government is out of line in attacking foreign students who, after spending years in Quebec, would like to be part of our society. It is a heartless gesture that will break up families, friendships, professional relations and destroy opportunities for many young immigrants. As I have already said, the...
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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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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45NOWT_JoGo&feature=youtu.be   Heading to the Quebec National Assembly where I will take part in a historic press conference in favour of a reform of the voting system. In a very rare gesture in Quebec politics, I will share the stage with Québec Solidaire and Option Nationale to demonstrate our collective support for...
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