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The Green Party is pleased to support this march as women's rights are always being challenged and we have seen this recently with the crisis in the United States. The GPQ came to the march to support all women's choices. Every woman has the right to make her own...
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While he has not been invited to the next leaders' debate, which will take place tomorrow, September 22, the leader of the Green Party of Quebec, Alex Tyrrell, will be sitting outside on the street in front of the Radio Canada studios. He will watch the debate and answer...
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Today I participated in a debate at Dawson College with candidates from several other parties. We discussed issues that are important to today's youth, including the fight against climate change, systemic racism and its impact on aboriginal communities, the need to overcome right-wing nationalism, and building a more inclusive province. It...
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C’est avec plaisir que j’ai débattu de l’économie, de l’immigration et des entreprises avec le ministre des Transports, François Bonnardel, et les autres candidats à Granby ce soir à la Chambre de commerce. Lors de ce débat, j’ai pu expliquer la politique innovatrice du Parti Vert du Québec en matière...
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Interview today on CKVL radio. We talked about the Green Party's 2022 program, my candidacy in NDG, the differences between the PVQ and Québec Solidaire, the $500 billion we want to spend on the environment, my political background and world peace. Not to be missed!
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I participated in an electoral debate last night with Manon Massé and the candidates of Saint Marie Saint Jacques. We debated the environment, social justice, funding for community organizations, poverty, the future of the neighbourhood and more. I had the chance to present some of the Green Party's priorities; free public...
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The Greens met yesterday afternoon for the official launch of the candidacy of Alex Tyrrell, leader of the Green Party of Quebec in the riding of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. Watch the speech given by the party leader by following the link right here.
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The Green Party of Quebec wants the Horne smelter to close if it is unable to comply with current Quebec standards. While in the region, its leader, Alex Tyrrell, found it distressing that the Horne Smelter was authorized by the last Liberal government to emit up to 100 nanograms per...
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