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Green Party to Nominate Candidate Tonight

Friday, August 28, 2015 @ 7:00 AM

Prince George, B.C. – The Green Party will nominate their candidate in Prince George-Peace River-Northern Rockies tonight.

Four candidates are vying for the nod – Korie Marshall, Silverado Socrates, Karen McDowell and Elizabeth Bigger.

Once the candidate is chosen, there will be a meet and greet with the Green’s Cariboo-Prince George candidate Richard Jacques.

The meeting will be held from 6-9pm at ArtsSpace at Books and Company.

The other nominated candidates in the riding are Conservative incumbent Bob Zimmer, Liberal Matt Shaw and Todd Keller of the Libertarian Party of Canada.


Hope there is enough bicycle parking. Don’t wear any clothes made out of petroleum products. Will slice and diced birds from the wind generation be served. Should be organic.

Which one of them is peeps?

The number of comments on this subject indicate the support that the Greens have in this area. Perhaps we could get a comment from another area.

Ataloss, are you out there?????

It’s really a little too early for the greens to announce Palopu . As for comments . You three have the asinine market cornered . If only the pmo would extend the gag order to their online trolls . Of which they have many . Anyone know any thing about Elizabeth Bigger ? She’s the only one I’ve not heard of . Stevie’s giving us the silent treatment. Tommies is moving right . Justin is making sense . Harper is nonsense . Trudeau and Martin both understand that to run a deficit during the lowest interest rate period in history for infrastructure makes sense . Specially since we are in recession. What does our idiot in charge do for the massive unemployed . Laugh and make fun of people that actually have a plan .

Ataloss. We are not in a recession more like a slump.

Furthermore what massive unemployment are you talking about.

Stats Canada advises the following.

Unemployment Rate in Canada remained unchanged at 6.80 percent in July from 6.80 percent in June of 2015. Unemployment Rate in Canada averaged 7.73 percent from 1966 until 2015, reaching an all time high of 13.10 percent in December of 1982. Justin’s dad Pierre was in power in 1982 so we can give the Liberals the credit for the highest unemployment numbers.

So no recession and no high unemployment, so why run a deficit???

Some people would say that although we are quite close technically to a recession we are not there yet, and in fact may very well be moving away from one.

Canada jobless rate held steady at 6.8 percent for the sixth consecutive month in July 2015, as widely expected. The economy gained 6.6 thousand jobs.

Compared to 12 months earlier, employment increased by 161,000 or 0.9%, the result of more full-time work. Over the same period, the total number of hours worked rose 1.2%.

So much for your hogwash.

It’s 7 % unemployment and its abysmal . The only guys making money in al/sask are Ritchie brothers selling our heavy equipment to a booming USA . Take the bubble off your head , we are in deep caca . The USA is creating 200k jobs per month for 65 months . We are just treading water . Btw economists use decimal point to show that they also have a sense of humour .

Ataloss how’s your solar system, oh wait another story from you.

Population of the USA over 300 Million

Population of Canada just over 35 Million.

Hmmm. That might account for the difference in job creation.

I was in Alberta a few weeks ago. It looked pretty busy to me, however with the NDP in power I think they are heading into deep trouble.

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