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This morning I was on CBC Daybreak with Mike Finnerty to discuss the possibility of banning single use plastic bags in the city of Montreal. I was joined by a representative of the plastic industry, who is strongly opposed to the ban. In many other jurisdictions the plastic bag industry...
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This week I was on MATV's "Montréalité" show to discuss the protection of green spaces on the island of Montreal. I talked mainly about the case of the Bois Angel located in the West Island. Green spaces are under attack throughout Quebec and the situation is very serious on the...
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Alex Tyrrell interviewed by Global News just days before election day in the 2014 Quebec general election. Subjects include the party's platform and Alex's vision for the province. https://www.facebook.com/alex.tyrrell.92/posts/1484294868450470
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From Le Délit (LD): You define your program as an "eco-socialist" program: what does that mean? Alex Tyrrell (AT): Eco-socialist, means taking care of the environment and the people at the same time. We are proposing a platform that contains a lot of environmental initiatives, but it is also about curbing...
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Alex Tyrrell as well as Green Party candidates and supporters are interviewed by CTV Montreal while campaigning in the 2014 Quebec general election campaign. The piece contains scenes filmed at Green Party HQ and out on the campaign trail. https://www.facebook.com/alex.tyrrell.92/posts/1480630508816906
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From Radio-Canada: The Green Party of Quebec has been in decline since the last three elections. But its leader, Alex Tyrrell, wants to breathe new life into it. To reverse the trend, he has given the Green Party of Quebec's positions on a multitude of issues, in addition to...
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Questionable recruitment of candidates in the last election and ambiguous positions on sovereignty have undermined the credibility of the Green Party of Quebec (PVQ) in the last 18 months. But new leader Alex Tyrrell, 25, has cleaned up his ranks and plans to influence the debate with his eco-socialist...
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Alex Tyrrell is 25 years old and the new leader for Quebec's Green Party. He's put his studies at Concordia on hold with hopes to have more candidates from his party in the next provincial elections. As party leader, he wants to see free public transportation throughout the province. Listen to...
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