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30/09/20
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ICLMG
RCMP Spying
RCMP must immediately halt use of new spy software and release audit of surveillance practices, says civil liberties coalition
 
30/09/20
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Katie Hyslop

Sept. 23, 2020

In wake of the controversy, federal Green leadership candidate Meryam Haddad is kicked out of the race and then reinstated by party.

 

Stuart Parker resigned as interim leader of the fledging BC Ecosocialists Party late Tuesday evening after recent social media comments that were denounced as transphobic.

29/09/20
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Progressive International
27/09/20
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Democracy Now

SEPTEMBER 25, 2020

Watch video of Sanders speaking here.

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26/09/20
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First Nations Leaders
Things are heating up in the north!

Facebook's retaliation against organizers of actions targeting KKR's financing of CGL shows the pressure is working! Join and share the online action this Monday.

As CGL approaches drilling near the Wedzin Kwa the Gidimt'en have built a new smokehouse on the river.

26/09/20
Author: 
Ethan Cox
Meryam Haddad

SEPTEMBER 25, 2020

Questions remain about the disqualification of Meryam Haddad, but the party isn’t answering

On Tuesday evening Green Party leadership candidate Meryam Haddad announced that she had been expelled from the contest. By Thursday morning, facing widespread backlash from party members, the party’s appeal body overturned the expulsion and reinstated Haddad.

25/09/20
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Solidarity Winnipeg
Solidarity Winnipeg masthead

Sept. 21, 2020

The push to elect an ecosocialist leader of the federal Green Party signals a growing understanding that capitalism is the root cause of climate change. This is an encouraging development, and we hope this initiative succeeds.

25/09/20
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CFNU, OCHU/CUPE and Green Jobs Oshawa
Joint Statement on Domestic Production of N95 Respirators

September 25, 2020

25/09/20
Author: 
E. McIntosh
Green Party leadership candidate Meryam Haddad, a Montreal immigration lawyer, has been allowed to return to the race to succeed Elizabeth May. Handout photo

September 24th 2020

The Green Party of Canada reinstated leadership candidate Meryam Haddad on Thursday, two days after it kicked her out of the race for publicly criticizing the B.C. Greens.

The party declined to divulge details on why it originally expelled Haddad, a Montreal immigration lawyer who is running as a socialist, and why it accepted her appeal of the 11th-hour decision. Mail-in voting in the race to become the next leader of the federal Greens has already begun, and online voting will start Sept. 26.

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