Green Party of Canada Candidates, 2008 Canadian Federal Election

Green Party Of Canada Candidates, 2008 Canadian Federal Election

This is a list of nominated candidates for the Green Party of Canada in the 40th Canadian federal election. Candidates ran in all but five ridings: Humber—St. Barbe—Baie Verte (NL), Cumberland—Colchester—Musquodoboit Valley (NS), Jonquière—Alma (QC), Saint-Laurent—Cartierville (QC), Sherbrooke (QC).

Read more about Green Party Of Canada Candidates, 2008 Canadian Federal Election:  Newfoundland and Labrador - 7 Seats, Prince Edward Island - 4 Seats, Nova Scotia - 11 Seats, New Brunswick - 10 Seats, Manitoba - 14 Seats, Saskatchewan - 14 Seats, Yukon - 1 Seat, Northwest Territories - 1 Seat, Nunavut - 1 Seat

Famous quotes containing the words green, party, canada, canadian, federal and/or election:

    Lately our poets loiter’d in green lanes,
    Content to catch the ballads of the plains;
    Walter Savage Landor (1775–1864)

    I never knew anyone yet who got up at six who did anything more useful between that time and breakfast than banging a tennis ball up against the side of the house, waiting for the more civilized members of the party to get up.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)

    Though the words Canada East on the map stretch over many rivers and lakes and unexplored wildernesses, the actual Canada, which might be the colored portion of the map, is but a little clearing on the banks of the river, which one of those syllables would more than cover.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    We’re definite in Nova Scotia—’bout things like ships ... and fish, the best in the world.
    John Rhodes Sturdy, Canadian screenwriter. Richard Rossen. Joyce Cartwright (Ella Raines)

    Prestige is the shadow of money and power. Where these are, there it is. Like the national market for soap or automobiles and the enlarged arena of federal power, the national cash-in area for prestige has grown, slowly being consolidated into a truly national system.
    C. Wright Mills (1916–1962)

    The election makes me think of a story of a man who was dying. He had only two minutes to live, so he sent for a clergyman and asked him, “Where is the best place to go to?” He was undecided about it. So the minister told him that each place had its advantages—heaven for climate, and hell for society.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)