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Green Party Leader Annamie Paul

Canada is at a crossroads. We can continue to invest in and subsidize extractive industries, with limited job creation and growth potential, or we can embrace a new vision for responsible natural resource stewardship and a sustainable energy supply, writes Annamie Paul. Unsplash photograph by Einar Storsul
Canada is at a crossroads. We can continue to invest in and subsidize extractive industries, with limited job creation and growth potential, or we can embrace a new vision for responsible natural resource stewardship and a sustainable energy supply, writes Annamie Paul. Unsplash photograph by Einar Storsul
Canada is one of the largest producers of hydroelectricity in the world, and wind and solar energy are the fastest growing electricity sources in the country—renewable energy will create more jobs for workers than those lost in oil and gas, including for people without college degrees, writes Annamie Paul. Flickr photograph by Jeff Hitchcock
Canada is one of the largest producers of hydroelectricity in the world, and wind and solar energy are the fastest growing electricity sources in the country—renewable energy will create more jobs for workers than those lost in oil and gas, including for people without college degrees, writes Annamie Paul. Flickr photograph by Jeff Hitchcock
Opinion | BY GREEN PARTY LEADER ANNAMIE PAUL | February 22, 2021
Municipalities are committed to reaching net-zero emissions in their transportation infrastructure, but their public transportation systems remain underfunded, underdeveloped, and unaffordable, writes Green Leader Annamie Paul. Photograph courtesy of Pexels/Andre Furtado
Opinion | BY GREEN PARTY LEADER ANNAMIE PAUL | February 22, 2021
Opinion | BY GREEN PARTY LEADER ANNAMIE PAUL | February 22, 2021
Municipalities are committed to reaching net-zero emissions in their transportation infrastructure, but their public transportation systems remain underfunded, underdeveloped, and unaffordable, writes Green Leader Annamie Paul. Photograph courtesy of Pexels/Andre Furtado
This is the time to harness the potential of technology to provide better and more efficient services to rural residents. Telemedicine/remote health holds great promise for health service delivery in rural areas where access is a significant challenge, resulting in poorer health outcomes for rural residents, write Annamie Paul and Marta Cabral. Pexels photograph by Anna Shvets
This is the time to harness the potential of technology to provide better and more efficient services to rural residents. Telemedicine/remote health holds great promise for health service delivery in rural areas where access is a significant challenge, resulting in poorer health outcomes for rural residents, write Annamie Paul and Marta Cabral. Pexels photograph by Anna Shvets
Green Party leader Annamie Paul, pictured, says that addressing the structural weaknesses in health care, rather than merely reacting to each crisis as it arises, is the best strategy going forward. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Green Party leader Annamie Paul, pictured, says that addressing the structural weaknesses in health care, rather than merely reacting to each crisis as it arises, is the best strategy going forward. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Canada has long been an energy leader and can continue to be so in both respects if we make that decision now and plan for it to be an integral part of our post COVID-19 pandemic recovery, writes Green Leader Annamie Paul. Pixabay
Canada has long been an energy leader and can continue to be so in both respects if we make that decision now and plan for it to be an integral part of our post COVID-19 pandemic recovery, writes Green Leader Annamie Paul. Pixabay
Opinion | BY GREEN PARTY LEADER ANNAMIE PAUL | November 18, 2020
Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 Hornet pilot call sign ‘Slam'r’ gives Corporal Benedicte Moke a tour of the cockpit during Operation at Mihail Kogӑlniceanu Air Base, Romania, on Oct. 9, 2020. The Green Party platform recognizes the global reputation of our Canadian Armed Forces for training, leadership, and co-operation in international operations, and the party is committed to expanding Canada’s peace-support role and working to strengthen post-conflict democratic institutions and civil society groups, writes Annamie Paul. Air Task Force Romania photograph courtesy of S1 Zach Barr
Opinion | BY GREEN PARTY LEADER ANNAMIE PAUL | November 18, 2020
Opinion | BY GREEN PARTY LEADER ANNAMIE PAUL | November 18, 2020
Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 Hornet pilot call sign ‘Slam'r’ gives Corporal Benedicte Moke a tour of the cockpit during Operation at Mihail Kogӑlniceanu Air Base, Romania, on Oct. 9, 2020. The Green Party platform recognizes the global reputation of our Canadian Armed Forces for training, leadership, and co-operation in international operations, and the party is committed to expanding Canada’s peace-support role and working to strengthen post-conflict democratic institutions and civil society groups, writes Annamie Paul. Air Task Force Romania photograph courtesy of S1 Zach Barr
The Green Party of Canada has long called for investing and upgrading critical infrastructure to ensure safe water access in every community to end drinking water and boil water advisories and prioritize high quality, safe and affordable housing, writes leader Annamie Paul. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
The Green Party of Canada has long called for investing and upgrading critical infrastructure to ensure safe water access in every community to end drinking water and boil water advisories and prioritize high quality, safe and affordable housing, writes leader Annamie Paul. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay