The Duke and Duchess of Peace: First appearance on tour

The Duke and Duchess have started their tour. While Prince William and Duchess Catherine chose to appear at The National War War Memorial, Duke Augustus and Duchess Susanna visited The Peace Pole in Lindenhurst. Duchess Susanna was curious about the place the other royal couple was visiting, so, she did some research at Wikipedia… For […]

US Green Party: Congratulate Elizabeth May (G) on election to Canadian Parliament

US Green Party enthusiastically congratulated Elizabeth May and the Green Party of Canada ( on Ms. May’s election victory on May 2, in which she made Canadian history by becoming her country’s first Green member of Parliament. She will represent the Saanich-Gulf Islands, British Columbia, in Canada’s House of Commons Ms. May’s election comes a year […]

Another Green World: George Galloway Party stands aside for Greens in Oldham by-election

A sign of continuing cooperation between the Green Party and the Respect Party is that Respect who at one time were thinking of standing George Galloway in the upcoming Oldham by-election, have stood aside for the Green Party’s Peter Allen. via Another Green World: George Galloway Party stands aside for Greens in Oldham by-election.

Georges Laraque: From hockey heavyweight to Green party draft pick (via National Post | News)

The Green Party of Canada unveiled its unlikely new deputy leader on the weekend: Georges Laraque, the former Montreal Canadiens and Edmonton Oilers enforcer whose hockey career ended this year. The 33-year-old rookie politician explained on Monday the reasons for his career shift to the Post’s Mary Vallis: Q Tell me how this came about. […]

Canada apologizes for Taser death

RCMP apologizes to Dziekanski’s mother The mother of Robert Dziekanski, who died in October 2007 after RCMP subdued him with a Taser, says now that the police force has apologized, she might finally be able to sleep at night. The mother of Polish visitor Robert Dziekanski, who died in October 2007 after RCMP subdued him […]

Canadian Green leader protests detention of American journalist Amy Goodman

KW: Sometimes when overzealous government law enforcement go too far, it becomes so comical, it is difficult to realize the travesty of justice that occurred. But, the victim was still harmed and the practices are still in place. So, we should acknowledge the violation of rights, try to learn from what happened, and use the […]

Cynthia McKinney to keynote international Black Voices Conference

As reported at  CNW Group Black students to host Cynthia McKinney and call for freedom, justice and equality for all TORONTO, April 16 /CNW/ – York University Black Students’ Alliance will hold a film screening, conference and gala with 2008 Green Party nominee for President of the United States Cynthia McKinney from Thursday, April 30 […]

Change in patterns: The Nation mag asks to open debates!

Found this story at I think that the on-line version may not be available. I believe it is under the heading “Editors”. It is from the October 6, 2008 issues of The Nation. In the past, The Nation has not usually been kind to Nader or the Green Party. This article changes that…

GPUS urges Canada to drop charges against peace activist Bodine

The Green Party of the United States has urged the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) to drop all charges against US citizen Alison Bodine, who was arrested on September 13 for attempting to cross the US-Canada border while carrying antiwar (including Green Party) literature. For updates on the case, including public rallies and news from […]