Category: In the News

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Thomas Trappenberg and the Green Party of Nova Scotia Stand with Evidence

  Yesterday, the executive director of the Aquaculture Association of Nova Scotia published an editorial in which he accused Thomas Trappenberg, leader of the Green Party of Nova Scotia, of leading a misinformation campaign against his industry. Lacking evidence and without citing any specific case of misinformation, the attack, which also names the Ecology Action...

Sad news of the passing of Barry Randle

The Green Party of Nova Scotia is devastated to learn of the sudden passing of former executive member, regional representative, and federal candidate Barry Randle this morning at the age of 51. Our hearts go out to his wife, Camille Davidson, who is also known to many of us.    

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Green Party Supports Citizen Groups Opposing Open-Pen Aquaculture

“A government that rejects legitimate, critical public input, by using bureaucratic technicalities   is abusing its authority.    The decision to extend leases to Cooke Aquaculture under these circumstances, against overwhelming public objection, is at best arrogant, at worst anti-democratic.”   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, May 27 The Green Party of Nova Scotia strongly supports...

Logging Old-Growth Forests a Menace to Wildlife – GPNS President in the Chronicle-Herald

As Leader Thomas Trappenberg, Deputy Leader Jessica Alexander, and other Greens joined in a protest of logging in the Corbett-Dalhousie Lake Forest, Co-President June Trenholm of Dartmouth was busy putting fingers to keyboard to get our message out to an even broader swath of Nova Scotians. Have a look at her recent Opinion article in...

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