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Tue, Oct 28th 2014

What we're doing

Preparing for 2015 and beyond

On the Big Green Weekend we intend to nominate our four Candidates for MP.  On Friday, we'll meet Bruce Hyer, Deputy Leader of the Green Party and hear from our Charlottetown Candidate for MP.  We'll travel across the Island for the other three nomination meetings and we'll hear from David Coon, Leader GP-NB about his experience winning a seat in NB. We're also looking to identify Candidates for our Provincial Election, which is also not far off.

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Everything is possible with time and money

We are calling on our Members, Provincial and Federal to come together and use our time, our talents and our money to help PEI and Canada move forward in a smart, strong, sustainable, democratic Green way.  Greens spend less to do more and we are the only party that does not take donations from Corporations. Why? Because corporations don't vote!

Media Releases

21 Oct 2014

Green Party exasperated at Liberal non-position on abortion access on PEI.


On PEI it is 2014, just like everywhere else, but the mentality of our politicians is locked into the mid-1950s.

“Shamefully, PEI...

24 Sep 2014

Green Party of PEI inspired by New Brunswick success.

Following New Brunswick Green Party leader David Coon’s victory last night, the Island Green Party is hoping to take a page out of their neighbour’s book...

24 Sep 2014

Island Greens participate in successful national convention.

Several Island Green Party delegates celebrated a productive weekend of rebuilding Canadian democracy at the Party’s national convention in...

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Wed, Mar 19th 2014
Indigenous Environmental Network's video
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Mon, Mar 3rd 2014
Green Party of Canada
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Thu, Feb 27th 2014
Pete's Peeve on water
Peter Bevan-Baker