NIPR Newsletter (Vol III – Issue 1) Mar 2024

Hello fellow Greens! 2024 is promising to be a busy year if this first quarter is any indication. In addition to taking part in the Green Party AGM, your executive has been busy mapping out our plans for the future, attending local events and holding our own Town Hall with Elizabeth and Jonathan. We hope you find our quarterly newsletter to be informative and interesting. To go to the newsletter: NIPR Newsletter Vol III-Issue 1 Watch for more information about our NIPR EDA Annual General Meeting - we’ve set the date as Sunday, June 2 and are busy working on the details such as location, time, special interest speaker, etc. Carol, Jay, Jessica, Larry, Linda, Mark, & Susan...

Cortes Currents Interviews Jonathan & Elizabeth

GREEN PARTY LEADERS COMING TO CAMPBELL RIVER ON MARCH 2 Canada is expected to have another Federal election in October 2025. Green party leaders Elizabeth May and Jonathan Pedneault launched their national campaign almost two weeks ago. Cortes Currents interviewed  them in Ottawa (via ZOOM) this last Monday. They will be coming to the Maritime Heritage Centre in Campbell River on Saturday, March 2. Check out the interview at: Green Party Leaders coming to Campbell River on March 2 | Cortes...

Public Townhall March 2 with Elizabeth and Jonathan

Tired of being pulled apart? – LET’S COME TOGETHER! What a time we’re in! There is so much at stake as we head toward another Federal Election (before the end of 2025), where The Green Party of Canada seizes the opportunity to reinforce the impact and counter-balancing presence of our current Green MP’s — Party Leader, Elizabeth May and Kitchener-Waterloo MP, Mike Morrice. Instead of being ‘pulled apart’ by the dysfunction in Ottawa, let’s ‘come together’ in support of what’s already working! Let’s boldly bring our Green values into Parliament! Let’s magnify the qualities we long to see in our politics! We are thrilled to have the Leader of the Green Party of Canada, Elizabeth May, and Deputy Leader Jonathan Pedneault, coming to North Island-Powell River for a public TOWNHALL. Join us at 3:30 pm, Saturday, March 2nd at the Campbell River Maritime Heritage Centre, 621 Island Hwy. Bring your questions and concerns, and help build a bright future for Canada. SAVE THE DATE! …and join us for what’s sure to be an invigorating and inspiring conversation!  Feel free to bring your neighbors and your kin–all are welcome! We look forward to seeing you...

2023 Year End Donation Support

 December 21, 2023 Greetings, The wild and wacky days of winter are upon us, high winds, rain/frost/snow or all of the above in one day. Bring out the boots, coats and mittens and enjoy the cold air! Our Green NIPR (North Island-Powell River) Executive team is preparing for our Strategic Planning retreat in early 2024 and we are asking for your support. We also put out our quarterly newsletter this month: see the December Newsletter here! We are very thankful for the support that you have given in the past. It does take all of us working together to create the positive changes we are looking for, and we appreciate and value the contributions that you are able to make. There is a new Green Party initiative, the Campaign School, that is another activity you could assist us with. The first two modules were presented this past month and the next modules will begin in the spring. Your donation for this unique project can have a real impact. Our NIPR EDA has committed funding and personnel to participate in this new initiative designed to build a winning campaign culture and team as we prepare for the next election. This training series will blend the approach of Community Organizing & Leadership championed by Marshall Ganz, with the demonstrated best practices within the Green Party of Canada that have helped get Greens elected and our issues debated in Parliament. Recently, Green Party MP Mike Morrice introduced a motion to apply a windfall tax on oil and gas profits that would generate $4.2 billion to be directed towards proven climate solutions and affordability measures for Canadians. If...

NIPR Newsletter (Vol II – Issue 3) Dec 2023

December already? Hi Friends! It’s hard to believe that it’s December already, but here we are – another year is almost over, and we are looking forward to the possibilities and opportunities a new year brings. Please check out our December newsletter. NIPR Newsletter (Vol II - Issue 3) Dec...

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