Green Party


What Elizabeth May wants to do with Canadian oil

The Green Party leader talks to Paul Wells about oil dependency, her deep disappointment with successive governments on climate change—and how Canada can move to a zero-carbon economy

Elizabeth May’s lack of vision

Matt Gurney: The Green leader could win over disaffected voters on the left and right. Why is she ruling out working with Andrew Scheer?

Federal election litmus test in Nanaimo-Ladysmith by-election reads Green

Anne Kingston: As preview, it delivered in polling gaffes, federal strategies and emphasis on the environment

Why you just may vote Green this time

Anne Kingston: Elizabeth May’s party has emerged as the potential sleeper at an increasingly polarized political moment

2019 federal election platform guide: Where the parties stand on everything

As you get ready to vote, stay up-to-date on what the Liberals, Conservatives, New Democrats and Greens have promised Canadians

A Green-NDP merger? It could be a big hit.

Philippe J. Fournier: A new 338Canada analysis shows the ‘Green Democrats’ would hold the balance of power in a minority government after the next election

P.E.I. made history with this election—just not the kind everyone expected

David Moscrop: The Greens are travelling Canada’s political landscape without the excess baggage other parties carry—and they’re making serious headway

’Liberal support just bleeding all over the place’

A deep dive into recent Angus Reid data shows Liberal support is moving to the Conservatives, NDP and Green parties—a stampede away, rather than a dash toward any particular tent

Where in Canada will the Greens win next?

In P.E.I., the Green party is leading in the polls. It’s not the only province where the party is suddenly winning.
Mike Schreiner

Ontario’s first Green Party MPP: Why even a single voice is important

Opinion: Mike Schreiner on why he ran as a Green MPP in Ontario’s election, despite the odds—and why, with his caucus of one, he remains optimistic about change