Events

Moncton-Centre 2020 Annual general meeting

Let's build on the recent successes of our Green candidate for Moncton Centre.
On election night, Carole Chan was leading for 20 minutes, reaching more than 27% of the vote.

We need to continue the work now so that our candidate win the seat next time around.

As the current President of the NB Green Party Association for Moncton Centre, it is time to renew the Board of Directors.


Therefore, I invite you all to a virtual Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, November 25th to elect a new Board.

Here are the positions to be filled:

- President
- Vice President
- Official Agent
- Secretary

In addition, we will form 4 ad-hoc committees:
- Communication and marketing team
- Research Team
- Community Engagement Team (students/seniors/alumni)
- Event Team

Come and join this next team!!
Please reply to nicolas.jelic@hotmail.com if you would like to apply for either the board or in a committee. An electronic vote will be held at our AGM to appoint the Board.
The link to attend the AGM along with its agenda will be shared soon.

I look forward to hearing from you,

Nicolas Jelic
President of the Green Party of NB Association for Moncton Centre

Carleton RDA 2020 Annual General Meeting

Dear Green Party of NB members of the Carleton 45 RDA and supporters:

This is a Notice of Carleton 45 Green Party Annual General Meeting. It will be held Saturday, Nov. 21st at St. Gertrude's Parish Hall, 117 Union Street, Woodstock at 3:00 pm.  

COVID-19 protocols will be followed closely and everyone must wear their pandemic mask. I need to know who is planning to attend the AGM so please reply to confirm by Nov. 18 at samarnold3@gmail.com.

Agenda items include: Reports; discussion and vote on a motion for the Green Party of NB to ban the use of #5 Polypropyline election signs that are not recyclable in New Brunswick and to seek an alternative that is recyclable; election of officers — we need a new President, Official Representative and Secretary.

We are proud to have had a stable, active RDA in Carleton for the past six years and we want to continue to strengthen our base to prepare for the next election. With the Higgs government holding only a two seat majority, it is possible that the next provincial election, or a by-election, may occur well before the 4-year election cycle expires. 

These are some of the things that our RDA can do to prepare for the next provincial election:

• Develop and maintain an online information site where people can learn more about our RDA and the Green Party;

• Fundraising activities to support our RDA and prepare for the next election campaign;

• Make annual donations with tax-receipts — 80% going to our RDA and 20% going to the Green Party of NB;

• Participate in policy development;

• Work with members in other RDAs to build a stronger province-wide network sharing ideas, events, activities, etc.

Our party is only as strong as the RDAs! This is why we must remain active, optimistic and continue to be involved despite the pandemic and a less active political time. After all, the Green Party is the best party for the future of our children and their children by far!

 

Looking forward to your participation,

Sam Arnold,

Retiring President Carleton 45 RDA

GREEN PARTY OF NEW BRUNSWICK 2020 ONLINE AGM

The Provincial Council invites you to join your fellow members at our 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Sunday June 7, 2020, from 1pm to 3:30pm.  

There is no fee to attend our Online AGM. 
Deadline for registration is June 4th at 5pm.

This year the AGM will be organized in a special way to adhere to our by-laws and the restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.  The meeting will be held online (with a phone in option) to avoid risks of infection.  As this is our first attempt at holding an AGM online we also plan to reduce the agenda to a minimum. That means we will be limited to reports from party officers and the running of Provincial Council elections.  Member motions and policy amendments will be deferred to a later date.

To hold the AGM prior to the summer we are also calling a Special Meeting of Members to ask members to waive the 90 days’ notice requirement for an AGM (By-law 4.1.3).

Here is the proposed schedule for Sunday June 7:

1pm:   

- Call to order Special Meeting of Members (online)
- Ask members to approve the motion that: "By-law 4.1.3 be set aside for the year 2020".
- Ask members to call for the 2020 AGM to start immediately following the meeting.
- Adjourn
- Call to order AGM (online)    
- Agenda will be sent upon your registration

Simultaneous French/English translation will be provided for the AGM and the SMM. Provincial Council elections will also take place online as part of our AGM using an online voting software. 


*To be able to participate, you must have been a member for at least 14 days, i.e. since Sunday May 24th; and you must have registered for the AGM and SMM before June 4th at 5pm to allow us time to verify membership status. You can sign up to be a member by following this link Become a member.

Registration

To register for the SMM and AGM, you must complete the Zoom registration form. If you don’t have access to internet, you can register by calling us at 506-447-8499 and leaving a message with your name and phone number. We will get back to you to complete your registration.

To ensure all interested members can participate efficiently in our meetings, a « practice » meeting will be offered on Saturday June 6th at 11am for everyone to test their computer or phone settings and provide guidance in using all of the Zoom software features. 

  

Provincial Council Elections: Want to be more involved with the governance of your political party?

Elections will be held during our 2020 Online AGM, on June 7th, for the following positions on the Provincial Council:

2-year terms:

-Vice-Presidency Anglophone
-Treasurer
-Youth representative (under 25)
-Four (4) member at large positions

1-year term:

-Two (2) member at large positions
-Chairperson of the Policy Working Group

If you want to submit your candidacy for any of these positions, please send an email to Stephanie Coburn at scoburn@nb.sympatico.ca (or contact the Green Party of NB Head Office at 506-447-8499) indicating which position you are seeking along with a short biography of yourself (maximum of 300 words) and a picture (optional). 

The role and purpose of the Provincial Council is available hereNominations will also be accepted during the online meeting. The link for the online voting software will be provided while in the AGM for those attending.   

Contact Us

Do you have questions? Contact the Green Party of NB Head Office at (506) 447-8499 or info@greenpartynb.ca

Greens: Live on Facebook

Tuesday, April 28 at 7:30pm (English)
Thursday, April 30 at 7:30pm (French)

 

The immense challenges of COVID-19 also come with unique opportunities for change. 

Many long-standing Green ideas and policy proposals have come into the spotlight during the COVID-19 crisis.

We are seeing real discussions about the need for a Guaranteed Liveable Income as program after program is being rolled out to support Canadians, and still many are finding themselves without enough to live.

We are seeing traction within government on the food security issue like never before. 

We are having important discussions about the role of essential workers and the need for fair pay.

This is our time to see significant policy change. We must act now, providing real solutions to real problems.

Join Green MLAs David Coon, Megan Mitton and Kevin Arseneau for a panel discussion and Q&A to discuss these important issues and propose solutions. 

EVENT DETAILS

Facebook Live - https://www.facebook.com/GPNB.PVNB/

Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/517581345584177/

Tuesday, April 28 at 7:30pm (English)
Thursday, April 30 at 7:30pm (French)

To ask your questions on the topic of looking forward after COVID-19, you may:

- write them in the live chat during the event
- send them ahead of time to us on Facebook Messenger (https://www.facebook.com/GPNB.PVNB)
- email them to info@greenpartynb.ca

Hope to see you then!

Postponed: Green Party of New Brunswick 2020 Convention and AGM

Dear Members and Supporters,

Following the recommendation of the NB Chief Medical Officer of Health to avoid large gatherings and directives from the francophone school district, the Green Party of New Brunswick is postponing its Convention and Annual General Meeting planned for March 14th and 15th until further notice.

The in-person Convention planned is cancelled however as an alternative we are offering online workshops on Saturday that you can join. We will share a message with all our members with instructions to join the webinars.

We need to take these precautionary measures for the health and safety of our communities and to support our health system. Please be sure to cancel any travel and lodging arrangements you have made. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Thank you for your understanding and support.

About your registration fees.

Everyone has the option to:

1-Transfer your registration fees into a donation subject to a provincial tax credit. At the time of our future AGM, registration fees will be waived for those who registered and did not request a refund.

Or

2-Request reimbursement (but we must retain a 5% processing fees to cover bank charge and payment processor fees.) Please send an email to info@greenpartynb.ca to request your refund with the subject line indicating AGM REFUND.

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Gagetown-Petitcodiac Gathering and Annual General Meeting

Come and enjoy a potluck lunch with other interested Greens on Saturday, February 22nd, at the Petitcodiac Baptist Church, 121 Renfrew Street. 

Tracy Glynn will be on hand at 11 am to talk about her book, Great Trees of New Brunswick, just published last year.  There are a couple of local trees in the book! 

Lunch will be at Noon; feel free to bring something to share, but don’t let lack of a potluck dish keep you from coming! Other speakers are planned for 1 pm.

Notice of meeting

The Gagetown Petitcodiac Registered District Association (RDA) Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be at 2:00 pm.  All interested are invited to attend.

What: Gagetown-Petitcodiac Green Party of NB RDA Gathering and AGM 
When: Saturday, February 22nd, event starts at 11am and AGM starting at 2:00 p.m. 
Where: Petitcodiac Baptist Church, 121 Renfrew Street, Petitcodiac, NB.

You must be a member of the Green Party of NB fourteen (14) days prior to the meeting be able to vote. However, this meeting is open to everyone, so you are welcome to bring friends interested in the Green Party. If they want to join the party and vote in future meetings, we will have membership forms available. 

We can’t wait to see you there!

 

 

Shediac Bay-Dieppe District Association AGM

Members of the New Brunswick Green Party who live in the Shediac Bay-Dieppe riding are invited to its 2020 District Association AGM.

The riding of Shediac Bay-Dieppe is not represented in the NB Legislature since Brian Gallant resigned. A By-Election will be called and we have to be prepared. 

Join us in Grand Digue and discover how you can participate in the Green Movement. We are recruiting new members and volunteers that will help elect a Green MLA for the riding of Shediac Bay-Dieppe in the next election. 

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Carleton District Association AGM

Attention Carleton Green Party District Association members and supporters!

What: Carleton 45 Green Party of NB District Association Annual General Meeting
When: Monday, December 9 at 7:30 to 9:00 pm 
Where: Town of Hartland Community Room, 31 Orser Street, Hartland, NB

Guest Speaker: Marco Morency, Executive director, NB Green Party, 

plus a possible mystery guest!

 

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Foundation Meeting of the Shediac-Beaubassin-Cap-Pelé Green party of NB District Association

Friends and members and of the Green Party of New Brunswick are invited to the Foundation meeting of the Shediac-Beaubassin-Cap-Pelé District Association. We are recruiting new members and building capacity to elect more Green MLAs in the next provincial election.

For the occasion, we will welcome Laura Reinsborough who will share her experience as a Green Party of Canada candidate in the last election.

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Greens of St Croix AGM November 21

Members of the New Brunswick Green Party who live in the Saint Croix riding are invited to its RDA 2019 AGM.

We are recruiting new members for the District Association and building capacity to elect more Green MLAs in the next provincial election. In the very short term, a By-Election is imminent in your riding.

Momentum is building: There’s never been a better time to be green. Join us in St-Stephen and discover how you can participate in the Green Movement.

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Restigouche-Chaleur Fundraising Dinner

RESTIGOUCHE-CHALEUR FUNDRAISING DINNER

THE RESTIGOUCHE-CHALEUR REGISTERED DISTRICT ASSOCIATION INVITES YOU TO A BENEFIT DINNER FOR THE GREEN PARTY OF NB

Special Guests: Leader David Coon and Kevin Arseneau, Member of the Legislative Assembly for Kent North

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