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Moins de 10 candidats noirs libéraux et conservateurs dans tout le pays

Seuls 42 candidats noirs se présentent pour les quatre principaux partis aux élections fédérales, et 80 % d’entre eux le font sous la bannière néo-démocrate ou verte. Une occasion manquée d’améliorer la représentativité noire à Ottawa selon des militants, surtout dans la foulée du scandale du blackface.

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What it's like to be a local Toronto candidate in the last leg of election campaign

As Canada’s federal party leaders pack their final campaign days with large rallies and media availabilities, local candidates in Toronto are walking the streets, hoping residents will find a few moments to answer their doors and talk with them.

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3 candidates discutent d'enjeux torontois dans l'élection fédérale

Le coût de la vie et des logements, la violence armée ainsi que le transport et la congestion sont des enjeux qui touchent bon nombre d'électeurs de la grande région de Toronto. Trois candidates qui souhaitent représenter les citoyens de la Ville Reine se prononcent.

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Toronto Centre all candidates debate 100 Debates on the Environement

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What Canadian political parties are saying on the anniversary of Jamal Khashoggi’s death

Some of Canada’s political parties have renewed their calls for justice on the first anniversary of the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Khashoggi, a critic of the Saudi Arabian regime, was a columnist at the Washington Post.

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The Green Journey in Canada: Inside Toronto Centre, a Groundswell of Support

The green journey starts with the Canadian federal election just around the corner on October 21st, the subject of Climate Change is being addressed from all sides of the political spectrum. This debate has got people thinking, not only about who to vote for, but for the future of our planet.

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RyersonianTV: Monthly Update for September 27, 2019

Ryersonian TV’s monthly update show can be seen live on Facebook, the last Friday of each month at 12 p.m. This newscast is produced by final-year students at the Ryerson School of Journalism.

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Greens would increase Canada's aid budget by billions | Green candidate Annamie Paul

Ontario Green candidate Annamie Paul discusses her party's foreign policy platform on Power in Politics.

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Don de sang des homosexuels : les libéraux ont manqué à leur promesse

Les néo-démocrates, les verts et des militants de la communauté LGBTQ accusent Justin Trudeau d’avoir manqué à sa promesse d’abolir, d’ici la fin de son mandat, la règle qui interdit les dons de sang des hommes ayant eu une relation sexuelle avec un autre homme.

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Four Toronto-specific issues to watch in the federal campaign

Were it a province, Toronto’s 25 seats — all held by Liberals — would make it the fifth most riding-rich target in the federal election, after Ontario, Quebec, British Columbia and Alberta.

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Does your local candidate make a difference? How some GTA races could be decided by star power

In one of the 905’s most coveted ridings, the Liberal Party of Canada is hoping one star candidate can unseat another.

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Ep14: Your Toronto Centre Green Candidate, Annamie Paul

Co-Hosts Steven Hobé & Adam Sommerfeld chat with newly elected Green Candidate for Toronto Centre, Annamie Paul. This episode is all about getting to know Annamie better – from family to past vocations, her decision to launch into politics, and a sneak peek at Annamie’s campaign platform.

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Ep13: Toronto-Centre Greens Candidates Debate

For this episode of Democracy365, we ran an in-studio nomination candidates debate between Annamie Paul & Adam Sommerfeld, moderated by host, Steven Hobé. It's all about getting to know the candidates, where they stand on certain issues; and how they, if chosen, would represent the Toronto Centre riding.

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Climate change a serious threat to international stability, says Green Party

October 11, 2019 - OTTAWA — The security and defence of the nation is a fundamental responsibility of any sovereign government. Not since the end of the Cold War has global security seemed so precarious. Climate change is a major contributor to increased global instability and has been identified by security analysts as a major threat multiplier.

Green Party statement on recent developments in north-east Syria

October 11, 2019 - OTTAWA — The Green Party of Canada is increasingly alarmed by Turkish military actions in north-east Syria. Earlier this week, Turkish forces launched a cross-border offensive on Kurdish-held areas of northern Syria with the stated intention of creating a so-called “safe zone”.

Green Party calls on Liberals to walk away from Mercosur until Brazil takes action on Amazon fires

August 28, 2019 - OTTAWA — The Green Party says the Liberal government should suspend trade talks with Brazil and three other South American countries until Brazil makes a serious commitment to protecting the Amazon rainforest, large areas of which are now on fire.

Green Party concerned over rising tensions in Jammu and Kashmir

September 28, 2019 - OTTAWA — The Green Party of Canada has been following the situation in Jammu and Kashmir (J & K) with increasing concern. In early August, the government of India revoked the special constitutional status of J & K.

Climate Statement by Annamie Paul

September 23, 2019 - TORONTO — This week, citizens in over 150 countries have joined the historic Global Climate Strike to demand immediate action on the Climate Emergency. I stand firmly with the young people leading this movement, and will be joining them in Toronto this Friday.

Statement on developments in Hong Kong

August 30, 2019 - OTTAWA — The Green Party of Canada is alarmed by the latest developments in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (Hong Kong SAR), including reports of the arrest and charging of prominent activists and the blocking of planned peaceful demonstrations.

Greens appoint new International Affairs Critic

August 21, 2019 - OTTAWA — The Leader of the Green Party, Elizabeth May (MP, Saanich-Gulf Islands), has named Annamie Paul (Toronto Centre) as critic for International Affairs in her Shadow Cabinet. The Shadow Cabinet develops party positions based on policies adopted by Green Party membership.

Green Party condemns Hong Kong violence

August 21, 2019 - OTTAWA — The Green Party of Canada is increasingly concerned about the rising levels of violence related to demonstrations in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (Hong Kong SAR)