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Green Parties of Waterloo Region: Cambridge • Kitchener South–Hespeler • Kitchener Centre • Kitchener–Conestoga • Waterloo
Green Parties of Waterloo Region: Cambridge • Kitchener South–Hespeler • Kitchener Centre • Kitchener–Conestoga • Waterloo

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WRGreens at the Waterloo Region TriPride
2015 & 2016
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25/04/2017
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WRGreens at the 2015 Multicultural Festival
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The Canadian Alliance of Retired Persons hosted a region wide debate with an emphasis on seniors issues at CIGI. Each of the Waterloo Region parties was invited to choose one candidate to participate; Waterloo's Richard Walsh was our choiice.
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25/04/2017
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Most of the Greens I talk to are on Facebook or Twitter, so I don't know if there will be much interest on g+ but if there is, here we are, a WRGreens Community https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/111865689554089503452

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If you're on Facebook, and understand how crucial electoral reform is to Canada and our shared future, you might want to join this Facebook Event page set up by Jonathan Cassels, the formerly non-political guy who authored the most signed Canadian Parliamentary e-Petition (e-616) in history. In spite of the ridiculous government response to ERRE and the 130+ Canadians who signed Jonathan's petition, it isn't over.

The government is counting on Canadian ignorance of the process (of course we're ignorant, we certainly never learned what we need to know in school, nor in the mainstream media). But what we've learned from Nathan Cullen is that when a Parliamentary Committee is impaneled, does its work and submits its report to Parliament, it is up to Parliament to vote on whether to accept the report or not. So there is a vote coming up on May 31st.

If it is a free vote (which by rights it should be) will the Liberal MPs who support electoral reform dare vote for it? There is much more chance they will if they hear from their constituents. That means me, and you. Anyway, this group is to discuss things like this, and in particular, how to accomplish it,

https://www.facebook.com/events/132705327273040/

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WRGreens Campaign Office
2015
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24/04/2017
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Candidates Lunch in Guelph
2015

Richard Walsh (WRGreens Waterloo), Andrew Roblin, Bob Jonkman (WRGreens Kitchener—Conestoga), Gord Miller, Marty Lancaster, Sharon Danley, Mike Schreiner, Elizabeth May, Michele Braniff (WRGreens Cambridge), Cindy and Mark Vercouteren (former GPO candidate for Kitchener Centre), Nicholas Wendler (WRGreens Kitchener Centre)
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Bob Jonkman (Kitchener—Conestoga) joined Gord Miller (Guelph) fielding questions from students following Elizabeth May's Education Announcement at the University of Guelph (2015)
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Green Party of Canada leader Elizabeth May dropped in at the #WRGreens campaign office during the 2015 Election
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WRGreens support Elizabeth May when she made her Education Announcement at the University of Guelph in 2015
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