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Hug The Mountain

Hug The Mountain

Join together Saturday May 7 (Mother’s Day weekend) to stand against the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion and protect the planet! Save the date and Sign-up for The Burnaby Mountain Hug! Hug The...

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Amita Kuttner addresses the Feb 12, 2022 NIPR AGM

Amita Kuttner addresses the Feb 12, 2022 NIPR AGM

Jessica Wegg starts us off by describing her experience as the NIPR candidate in the 2021 federal election. Jessica then introduces Amita Kuttner, interim leader of the Green Party Canada. Amita provides us with an update and then takes questions from...

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Message from the President of the Green Party of Canada

Message from the President of the Green Party of Canada

“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors: we borrow it from our children.”- unknown Aaani, Bonjour and Hello Dear Members; Here we are at the time of Mnidoo-giizis, the first moon in the 13 moon Anishinaabe calendar. Mnidoo-Giizis is also known as the...

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What’s Happening with Salmon Farms in the Discovery Islands?

What’s Happening with Salmon Farms in the Discovery Islands?

In December, 2020 the federal Government finally decided that it was time to get the salmon farms out of the channels of the Discovery Islands near Campbell River. As Greens, we are delighted with this decision; it has long been Green policy to get the farms out and...

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Farewell to Will Hatch

Farewell to Will Hatch

It is with mixed emotions that the NIPR executive says goodbye to much loved member of our team, Will Hatch. We are sad to see him go but at the same time we are excited for what his future holds. Will first joined the NIPR Greens during the 2019 federal election...

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North Island Powell River EDA welcomes new executive members

The NIPR EDA executive is happy to welcome Jessica Wegg, Anne Thompson, Linda Ash and Edward Mackenzie to the team. See NIPR Greens Executive Members for updates to executive member bios. If you are interested in joining our team, in any capacity, our volunteer...

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Fairy Creek – A short history

Fairy Creek – A short history

(Jay Van Oostdam, Jan 1, 2022) In early August 2020 a group of Forest Defenders known as the Rainforest Flying Squad (RFS), with support from Pacheedaht elder Bill Jones, blocked a logging road on the west side of the headwaters of Fairy Creek.  Teal Jones, the tree...

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Our 2021 Coldest Night of the Year Success!

The Green Party team in the Comox Valley raised $3160 for the Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY).  The CNOY in the Comox Valley provides funds for Dawn to Dawn and Comox Valley Transition Society.  These are really important social action groups providing support to...

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October 2020 Newsletter

October 2020 Newsletter

Message from the NIPR Greens It’s hard to believe it’s November. We’ve been dealing with COVID-19 for what feels like a very long time, and we’re all weary of it. One of the main effects for groups like ours is the inability to have in-person...

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