Green Party of Nova Scotia Sets Record Year For Fundraising

Halifax 2023-01-02 The Green Party of Nova Scotia had a recording-setting fundraising year in 2022. Current totals indicate at least a 90% increase over the previous best year. The previous record for a non-election year was $10,595 raised in 2020, and donations have almost doubled that amount in 2022. “I’m thrilled to welcome new support and incredibly proud of the volunteers and staff whose hard work and dedication made this growth possible,” stated Leader Anthony Edmonds, “This record-breaking amount is representative of the growing base of Green support, and these funds will enable us to be better representatives of those...

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New Climate Plan Good Starting Point, Lacks Vision

Halifax 2022-12-11 The Green Party of Nova Scotia (GPNS) welcomes the release of the province’s Climate Risk Assessment and Climate Action Plan. However, while the risk assessment illustrates future and current harms of climate change, such as Hurricane Fiona, the plan itself falls short of capturing the urgency of the moment. “We were happy to see good region-specific data in the risk assessment, as well as a lens on equity and disproportionate climate impact on the most vulnerable,” stated Anthony Edmonds, GPNS Leader, “But I agree with Minister Halman when he says that this plan is a starting point”. The...

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AGM Documents

2021 Minutes  2021-04-25 AGM Draft minutes Education policy submission  GPNS Education Policy Environmental Studies Climate Justice Curriculum (2) (1)[14904] Join AGM via Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIof-mgqToiGdbeJeKWmb_24aYm-DGjhD3P  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Or if you are in the neighbourhood, we are at the Mahone Bay Centre, 45 School Street. Mahone Bay

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Final Notice AGM this Saturday April 23

Click on image for complete details ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AGENDA 10:00 -10:30 am registration 10:30 – 10:45 Welcome, technical checks and Food Security panelist introductions with Noah Hollis and Jo-Ann Roberts 10:45 – 10:55 Peter Bevin-Baker 10:55 – 11:05 Ralph Martin 11:05 – 11:15 Kevin Arsenault 11:15 -11:25 Breakout room explainer and health break 11:25 -11:45 Breakout rooms 11:45 – 11:50 Breakout room moderators summarize key points 11:50 am -12:15 pm General discussion, next steps and thank yous 12:15 -1:15 pm lunch 12:45 Guest Speaker Stella Bowles: Youth Perspectives and Expectations in Politics 1:15 Welcome from Leaders Approve Order of...

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