Did the Green Party struggle under the scrutiny of a major campaign?

Did the Green Party struggle under the scrutiny of a major campaign? 1


B.C. Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver joins the Scrum to discuss the federal party's chance of picking up more seats in the province.

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29 Comments on "Did the Green Party struggle under the scrutiny of a major campaign?"

  1. Green Party 2019!

  2. Who really thought the green party or the ndp had a chance? Trudeau and Scheer both need to step down. The bloc just needs to stay in Quebec and not given any air time. We need leaders in this country. Leaders with Canadians interest not self interests. We saw poll after poll what Canadians are worried about and the leaders ignored it.

    • So who then?

    • @tuxjunkie Be nice to see no one vote but that will not happen. I guess vote for who ever. Just pointing out neither of these leaders are fit for the job. Im most likely going for peoples party of Canada. Only reason they show more a conservative view point than the conservatives do.

  3. Christine Robyn Lane | October 20, 2019 at 10:03 PM | Reply

    Looking forward to seeing the progressives getting voted out.

  4. Christine Robyn Lane | October 20, 2019 at 10:04 PM | Reply

    The left is eating its own and that is great.

  5. Could Trump beat Hillary. I don’t think so. Andrew wins.

  6. Mustang D best220 | October 20, 2019 at 10:22 PM | Reply



  8. lostinthefogofwar | October 20, 2019 at 10:43 PM | Reply

    I hope the NDP get enough power to change the election system.

  9. The green party is a joke, hopefully it will disappear after this election

  10. May would be crazy not to agree for a Fed minister of environment position to enter a Trudeau coalition. I would expect Trudeau to be very generous with his coalition partners, especially since the second term is likely to be his last, and I don’t think he’s even interested to have a third term.

  11. Why is it allowed, in a federal campaign, for one party to run candidates in only one area? I think all parties should have to run a candidate in all tidings, else they lose a riding for every riding they can’t run a candidate. I see no Bloc candidate running in Calgary NW against Michelle Rempel? How is this possible? If you can’t run a candidate in every riding then perhaps you should not be able to run candidates in specific ridings?

  12. pollsters confirmed Conservative advanced polls vote was leading up 7 %, so with current supposed polls with slight Conservatives lead Andrew will win.

    • First, what polls. You mean the inaccuracies pumped out over the last 6 weeks. Second, Scheer has zero strategy and platform. He just has policies he stole from Maxime. Proving he was right when he said the Conservatives are morally bankrupt.
      A Scheer victory ensures Canada’s further demise.

  13. As long as Elizabeth May is the leader they won’t be a success, Dr Weaver on the other hand is quite smart and would make a better leader than Elizabeth May.

  14. Conservative win tomorrow. Yay

  15. 🇨🇦VOTE🍁PPC🇨🇦
    Not at all. The Green party fail due to poor leadership and policies. As well, May’s undying devotion to Omar Khadr.

  16. Let go PPC🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦

  17. I hope the greens don’t get too many votes

  18. Marty Rumsfield | October 21, 2019 at 8:00 AM | Reply

    The so-called “green” party – Canada’s enemy both foreign and domestic.

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