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Speaking to reporters in Sackville, New Brunswick on Tuesday, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May called the lack of local transit options for many Canadian municipalities a “national crisis.”

May also wants to upgrade Canada Post’s fleet to electric vehicles and allow postal carriers to check in on people with mobility issues or who live alone.

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14 thoughts on “Canada Election: May calls lack of local transit options a ‘national crisis’

  1. Ms. May recently said that sometimes she will “feel like, ‘When did the media decide they want to beat up on us [Greens]?’”

    Could it have something to do with her party’s platform promise, if elected, to kill the Trans Mountain dilbit pipeline expansion project? …

    According to then-publisher of Postmedia’s National Post, Douglas Kelly: “From its inception, the National Post has been one of the country’s leading voices on the importance of energy to Canada’s business competitiveness internationally and our economic well-being in general. We will work with CAPP [Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers] to amplify our energy mandate and to be a part of the solution to keep Canada competitive in the global marketplace. The National Post will undertake to leverage all means editorially, technically and creatively to further this critical conversation.”

    Also, during a Postmedia presentation it was stated: “Postmedia and CAPP will bring energy to the forefront of our national conversation. Together, we will engage executives, the business community and the Canadian public to underscore the ways in which the energy sector powers Canada.” [Excerpted from Politically Incorrect, a 2017 book written by Rafe Mair, the late popular and well-respected B.C. lawyer, politician, journalist and radio host.]

    More recently, though, Postmedia newspaper empire acquired a lobbying firm with close ties to Alberta Premier Jason Kenney in order to participate in the latter’s government’s new $30 million PR “war room” in promoting the interests of Canada’s fossil fuel industry. But the newspaper giant’s apparent bedding with the powerful industry is not news (albeit it’s little known amongst the general population).

    (Frank Sterle Jr.)

  2. Just go sit in a pub where you can show your real self for the rest of the campaign, Liz, you have no credibility left . You're bought by Trudeau.

  3. Sigh where's Bernier when you need him. They're all going to be demolished next debate. Just sit back lol it's going to be a beautiful slaughter.

  4. Lets take the most expensive and inflexible way to travel and make it the only option for the most sparse population in the world.
    This is why communism collapsed, example of which; Ceaușescu trying to centrally heat his cities and when it fails the homeless orphan gangs live in the tunnels.

  5. It's been the end of times since the beginning of times. Public transit doesn't work outside of larger centers. My hometown Bathurst tried it , it went broke in less than 2 yrs not enough riders to be profitable.

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