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Peter Bevan-Baker draws clear lines from poverty to health care

Peter Bevan-Baker draws clear lines from poverty to health care - April 20 2015

A NEW, COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TO HEALTH CARE

Prince Edward Island’s health care challenges include reducing wait times for medical treatment and diagnostic tests, and improving mental health and addiction care, and primary health care delivery.

The Green Party believes the best health care for Islanders can be achieved through a collaborative model that integrates health care providers into networks to deliver Primary Health Care.

The Green Party Jazz Band is playing at the Pourhouse! Meet MP Hyer, MLA Coon

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Coon and Hyer lend support to growing Green campaign

The Green Party of PEI is delighted to welcome David Coon, MLA for Fredericton South and Leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick, and Bruce Hyer, MP for Thunder Bay-Superior North and deputy leader of the Green Party of Canada, to Prince Edward Island.

DAVID COON AND BRUCE HYER ON PE

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Coon and Hyer lend support to growing Green campaign

The Green Party of PEI is delighted to welcome David Coon, MLA for Fredericton South and Leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick, and Bruce Hyer, MP for Thunder Bay-Superior North and deputy leader of the Green Party of Canada, to Prince Edward Island.

Green Party disappointed by nasty turn to race in District 17

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Green Party disappointed by nasty turn to race in District 17

The Green Party of PEI is disappointed by recent acts of vandalism against several signs promoting Party Leader Peter Bevan-Baker.

Sometime during the night of April 13th-14th, three large Bevan-Baker signs in Bonshaw, New Haven and Kingston were deliberately demolished by unknown individuals. Tire tracks leading up to the signs suggest a pickup truck was used in their destruction.

Only Bevan-Baker’s signs seemed to have been targeted.

GREEN PARTY OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND EXEMPLIFIES THE RESPONSIBLE USE OF PUBLIC FUNDING

GREEN PARTY OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND EXEMPLIFIES THE RESPONSIBLE USE OF PUBLIC FUNDING

New headquarters opens in downtown Charlottetown.

A new, action-packed, Green office and communication centre has opened in the storefront at 211 Euston Street on the corner of Euston and Upper Hillsborough. It will serve as home to all five Charlottetown Area Candidates, Districts 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14.

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