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OTTAWA — Green Party leader Elizabeth May is feeling a bit blue. The Greens launched their biennial national party convention
Elections are about the choosing representatives to govern in our stead. They are about policy and the future of the country. They are about Canada's place in the world, how to prepare our children for the future, how to maintain the richness and beauty and wealth of our nation for them as well as ourselves.
Elizabeth May is planning to use what parliamentary procedures she can to slow the passage of the budget bill as a protest against the way the Conservatives are ramming it through. Maybe she will convince Conservatives that this level of disrespect for the process of parliament is going to cost them too much.
A former Quebec politician is planning legal action against the Conservative government for pulling out of the Kyoto Protocol