Friday, October 15, 2021
Today I wrote to the minister of the environment calling on him to take steps to end the use of propane and other fossil fuels in Quebec. The current propane shortage that has been triggered by the CN rail strike has shown just how over dependent we are on this...
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- The deregulation of Quebec's Taxi Industry is Racist - Last night, during the federal leaders' debate, the Quebec National Assembly passed Bill 17 to reform the taxi industry in Quebec. This bill will severely degrade the working conditions of taxi drivers. By deregulating the number of vehicles on the roads,...
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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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The Green Party of Québec calls on the Couillard administration to keep their commitment to quality education by scraping the cuts, negotiating with the teachers and respecting learning environments. The students and teachers who go on strike this fall deserve our full and undivided support. Alex Tyrrell Leader of the Quebec Green...
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Today I had the chance to visit the school and the students at CFER Riverdale. This school specializes in the recycling of electronic waste and trains students who have difficulty taking courses in the traditional program. Students are exposed to the workplace and are educated about current events, politics, and environmental...
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Since 2010, two workers have died on the La Romaine construction site in similar circumstances. The Government of Québec must act quickly to improve the number and availability of CSST inspectors on construction sites. Hydro Québec must respect the regulations and stop putting workers' lives in danger to save money. https://www.facebook.com/alex.tyrrell.92/posts/1688509308029024
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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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On January 21, the Quebec NDP members elected Raphaël Fortin as their leader. "While we wish Mr. Fortin the best of luck, we note with disappointment that he is more interested in the centre than in the left of Quebec politics," said Alex Tyrrell, leader of the Green Party...
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