Green Party of Canada: "May in Your House" Television Special Presentation
April 28, 2011
OTTAWA, ONTARIO (RPRN) 04/28/11 — Editors note: There are two videos associated with this press release.
On May 1, the Green Party of Canada presents its vision to Canadian voters with the world premiere of the half-hour television show: "May in Your House." For the first time in this election, voters will have a chance to hear about the Green Party's leader, history and platform. "May in Your House" airs Sunday, May 1 at 9:00pm EST/6:00pm PST on Business News Network (BNN) & CHEK-TV at 6:30-7pm PST, Victoria. A sneak preview is available at http://greenparty.ca/tv.
"Instead of a 30-second attack ad, we have produced a 30-minute exploration of a real alternative to the traditional parties," said Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada.
"May in Your House" explores the practical, realistic Green Party approaches to real problems faced by Canadians: climate change, jobs, health care, education, pensions, youth unemployment and more.
"Our approach has been ignored by the media that excluded us from the debate, so we have produced our own story," said Ms. May.
On Sunday, May 1, just one day prior to the general election, all Canadians will have the opportunity to view this engaging half-hour documentary focusing on the Green Party of Canada and Ms. May, the party's vibrant, charismatic leader and 2011 Federal Election candidate for the riding of Saanich-Gulf Islands. This absorbing, fast-paced program will highlight the Green Party's unique vision of a new Canada, one devoted to positive solutions and a bold, bright future.
They'll discover Vision Green, the party's practical, ground-breaking platform dedicated to creating a Smart Economy, Strong Communities, and True Democracy.
And they'll get real, honest answers to the myriad of questions they've been asking in this election campaign, from a party that delivers a fresh new approach Canadians have been searching for.
If you're one of the millions of Canadians who is feeling disaffected this election, who has lost confidence in government, and who is looking for vibrant, fresh ideas for fixing our country's problems, this is your opportunity to find out more about this exciting party and its bold, visionary leader, Elizabeth May.
Make plans to watch "May in Your House," Sunday, May 1 at 9:00pm EST/6:00pm PST on BNN & CHEK-TV at 6:30pm PST. A sneak preview is available at http://greenparty.ca/tv.
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The Green Party on YouTube
Follow the Green Line: http://youtu.be/eHFRdl-U3Bo
A New Green Economy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AlgdadeBRic
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How to get rid of your bad government: http://youtu.be/ph_-qac-u98
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The Greens are working to ensure a Smart Economy, Healthy Communities, and True Democracy. See the party’s platform at: http://greenparty.ca/platform2011
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