On April 29, 2017, Green Party members and interested members of the public from across Nova Scotia will gather at Dalhousie University in Halifax for the Annual General Meeting. The revitalized party will be electing provincial executive, identifying candidates to run in the next provincial election and discussing policy. Special guests will include PEI and NB Green Party leaders Peter Bevan-Baker and David Coon, each of whom are currently serving MLAs in their respective provinces. Recent mayoral candidate Lil MacPherson will also speak.
Who: Green Party of Nova Scotia members and interested members of the public. Speakers: David Coon, Peter Bevan-Baker and Lil MacPherson, plus GPNS leader Dr. Thomas Trappenberg. See bios which follow.
What: Green Party of Nova Scotia Annual General Meeting
Where: Dalhousie University Kenneth C. Rowe Management Building #1009
When: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Why: Gather to elect executive, identify candidates, discuss policy and begin preparation for the upcoming provincial election
About the Green Party of Nova Scotia
The Green Party of Nova Scotia is one of Nova Scotia’s youngest political parties, building on a worldwide movement of Green politics. Originally founded in 2006, the party ran candidates in all provincial elections since then. The Six Principles of Green highlight the core values which inform how GPNS conducts itself in its policies and practices.
- Ecological Wisdom
- Social Justice
- Participatory Democracy
- Respect for Diversity
With intense interest building in British Columbia, and Green MLAs elected in both New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, the Green Party of Nova Scotia looks forward to actively participating in Nova Scotia’s governance.
For additional information, please contact:
Leader, Green Party of Nova Scotia