Green Party Appalled by Lack of Consultation on Proposed Health Care Reforms

February 11, 2020

Green Party Appalled by Lack of Consultation on Proposed Health Care Reforms

Fredericton – Green Party MLAs raise serious concerns with the Higgs’ government’s proposed health care reforms, including the overnight emergency rooms in six provincial hospitals and day surgery at the Sackville Memorial Hospital.  Sackville Memorial Hospital is in MLA Megan Mitton’s riding of Memramcook-Tantramar and Stella Maris Hospital is in Kevin Arseneau’s riding of Kent-North. .. READ MORE ..

Meet the Green Caucus in Saint John

Hear Green Party Leader David Coon and MLAs Megan Mitton and Kevin Arseneau talk about New Brunswick issues from a Green perspective and ask them your burning questions.

This gathering is open to the general public as well as Green Party members and will take place on Wednesday, Feb. 5 at 7:00 pm at the Nick Nicolle Comunity Centre, 85 Durham Street, Saint John, E2K 1V6 at the corner of Victoria and Durham Streets in the North End.

What :   Meet the NB Green Party Caucus!
Where : Nick Nicolle Community Centre, 85 Durham Street, Saint          
              John, E2K 1V6
When : Wednesday, February 5th at 7:00 pm

After being inspired by our MLAs, local riding association (RDA) meetings* will take place simultaneously from 8 :30pm to 9pm so you can hook up with like-minded folks and get involved in preparing the next election campaign.

Those short meetings will be Annual General Meetings (AGMs) for the following local riding associations (RDAs):

  • Rothesay
  • Saint John Harbour
  • King Centre

In addition, we are hosting foundation meetings for these districts:  

  • Saint John East
  • Portland Simons
  • Saint John Lancaster
  • Fundy-The Isles-Saint John West
  • Quispamsis

Grab a friend and bring your questions.

Register here: 

We can’t wait to see you there!

Wayne Dryer,

President, Saint John Harbour Registered District Association

*Everyone is welcome to participate in the local district association meeting, but you must be a member 14 days ahead of time to be able to vote.  

Elections to the Provincial Council of the Green Party of NB

Want to be more involved with the governance of your political party? Elections will be held at the Green Party of NB 2020 AGM, on March 15th, for the following positions on the Provincial Council :

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Green Leader tables bill to end government enforced poverty

Fredericton – On December 17, 2019 Green Party Leader and MLA for Fredericton-South, David Coon tabled a bill to amend the Family Income Security Act to combat poverty in the province. Click here to read the media release  

Green Leader tables bill to amend the Crown Lands and Forests Act

Fredericton – On November 20, 2019 Green Party Leader David Coon tabled a bill to amend the Crown Lands and Forests Act to ensure that New Brunswick mills purchase more wood from private woodlots and that the private woodlot owners are fairly compensated for the wood they produce. This bill also bans the spraying of herbicides on Crown forests.

“Successive governments have failed to implement the Auditor General’s 2015 recommendations to ensure private woodlot owners have fair access to the wood market as required by the Crown Lands and Forests Act; this bill will remedy that by requiring private wood to be purchased through the wood marketing boards and ensuring that private wood makes up a third of the wood consumed by the mills,” says David Coon.

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Passing of Jackie Webster

Official Statement from Green Party Leader on the passing of Jackie Webster

My wife, Janice Harvey, and I want to extend our heartfelt condolences to Jackie Webster’s family and many friends.  She was an inspiration to both of us.

Jackie was a well-known writer, journalist, and political commentator.  She loved politics and she loved New Brunswick.  It seemed as if she knew just about everyone and all their relations too.

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1 year !


It is said that good things come in threes. We couldn’t agree more. 

Today, September 24th, 2019 marks the one-year anniversary of voters sending THREE Green Party of New Brunswick candidates to the Legislature. What a huge leap forward for our party and our province.

We want to thank everyone who voted Green, who put up a lawn sign, donated or volunteered for last year’s campaigns. If you sent us good energy or spoke favourably about a Green candidate with a neighbour or friend, it was all deeply felt.  Your actions resonated—and forever changed—this province!

David, Megan, and Kevin want to thank you personally, and share with your some of the highlights from this past year with this short video.  

Our Green MLAs are working for you, for the climate and our collective future. Thank you for all your support our first year – it certainly has been exhilarating.


Marco Morency,
Executive Director


Help keep the momentum going - Donate today! 


PS. If you want to see Leader David Coon in action at the Climate Strike and rally in Fredericton last Friday, click here for the CBC news story and video interview with David.

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>Living within Our Ecological Means

A culture of cooperation, caring and understanding is essential to ending violence in our society. Rehabilitation rather than vengeance must be the goal of our justice system.

> Local Self-Reliance

We must have the opportunity and the responsibility as citizens to contribute to the common good, which requires that all have the capacity to participate in community life.

> Real Democracy

Everyone must have equal access to the necessities of life and be treated with dignity and respect. Treaties with First Nations must be honoured.

> Social Justice and Equality

We must be able to participate in decisions that affect our lives and be guaranteed that our votes are reflected in the make-up of the Legislative Assembly.

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Our communities should be in control of their own destinies, supported by strong local economies, and sustained by local sources of food and renewable energy.

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