Green Party PEI Newsletter

The official newsletter of the Green Party of PEI.



The Malpeque Green Party Riding Association would like to extend you an invitation to attend the AGM. Please join us for a potluck dinner at 6:00 p.m. followed by a meeting at 7:00 and a discussion at 7:30. 

When: Wednesday May 14, 2014, 6:00 PM 

What: Potluck and Meeting

Where: Bites Cafe, 19566 TCH, Hampton

Proportional electoral system best option for P.E.I.

Originally published as a Letter to the Editor, "The Guardian" Charlottetown, P.E.I.

Green Party remains committed to “doing politics differently”

The Green Party has reiterated its concerns about the potential corrupting influence of unchecked corporate donations on the political process.

“There is a deep cynicism about politics today, and part of that stems from the view that there is corporate influence on political decision making. Limiting donations from corporations is the only way to remove this perception,” stated Green Party leader, Peter Bevan-Baker.

Green Party seeks solutions to overall cost of governance rather than political posturing on MLA salaries.

The Green Party of Prince Edward Island is concerned that focusing on MLA salaries obscures the bigger picture - the overall cost of government here on PEI. There has been a lot of posturing from other parties on this issue as they try to endear themselves to voters, but until any of them shows a clear understanding and commitment to dealing with the overall structure and cost of government, their words are largely meaningless.

Green Party opposed to fracking on Prince Edward Island

The Green Party of Prince Edward Island is strongly opposed to hydraulic fracturing - more commonly called fracking - and will do everything possible within its power, whether in government, in opposition, or simply as a voice of reason and principle, to outlaw its use on the Island.


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