Eco-event Calendar

Events Calendar

Green Party of NB (AGM)- Parti vert du NB (AGA)
Saturday 22 April 2017 - 09:30am - Sunday 23 April 2017 05:00pm
Photo de Green Party of New Brunswick  Parti vert du Nouveau-Brunswick.


We are pleased to invite you to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the New Brunswick Green Party. The AGM will 
take place on April 22nd and 23rd of April, 2017, at the Woodstock Golf & Curling Club located at 132 St Andrews St, Woodstock, NB.

Several important policy resolutions are coming forward for a vote at the AGM.  In order to ensure an informed and robust discussion in advance of voting, we will be hosting FREE-PUBLIC workshops and panel discussions. Please note that we are providing simultaneous translation.

Please view the list of the policy resolutions received on February 21st. 

The Green Party values collaboration and dialogue with organizations from across the province.  Their knowledge and expertise are important to us.  We encourage all the organizations and groups to attend and to participate fully in the workshops and discussions.  

* Please note that on April 23rd is the voting day for the members only. 

To register, click here: http://nbgreens.nationbuilder.com/agm_inscription

Agenda: http://greenpartynb.ca/en/agm/agenda

2017 Resolutions : http://greenpartynb.ca/en/2017-resolutions

**Please note that the Party is not responsible for the booking of the hotel rooms. 

Feel free to call us at 506-447-8499 or send an email at info@greenpartynb.ca



Nous sommes heureux de vous inviter à l'assemblée générale annuelle du Parti Vert du Nouveau-Brunswick. L'AGA aura lieu le 22 et 23 avril 2017, au Woodstock Golf & Curling Club situé au 132, rue St Andrews, à Woodstock, au Nouveau-Brunswick.

Plusieurs résolutions politiques importantes sont soumises à un vote lors de l'AGA. Afin d'assurer une discussion informée et solide avant le vote, nous donnerons des ateliers et des tables rondes sur les sujets ci -dessous. Les sessions sont GRATUITES et OUVERTES au PUBLIC. Veuillez noter qu'il y aura un service de traduction simultané offer. 

Voici la liste des résolutions reçu le 21 février passé. 

Le Parti vert valorise la collaboration et le dialogue avec les organismes de toute la province. Leurs connaissances et leurs expertise sont importants pour nous. Nous encourageons la participation de tous aux ateliers et aux discussions.

*Veuillez noter que le 23 avril c'est une journée de vote pour les membres seulement. 

Pour vous inscrire, cliquez ici:http://nbgreens.nationbuilder.com/agm_inscription

Agenda: http://greenpartynb.ca/fr/aga/agenda

Résolutions 2017: http://greenpartynb.ca/fr/resolutions-2017

** Veuillez noter que le Parti n'est pas responsable pour la réservation des chambres d'hotels. 

Si vous avez des questions téléphonez au 506-447-8499 ou envoyez nous un courriel à info@partivertnb.ca
Contact Carmen Budilean - Executive director












Calendar Search

August 2017
S M T W T F S
30 31 1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31 1 2

Action Alerts

Call for nominations for the NBEN Awards - 2017

Monday, 31 July 2017
by Annika Chiasson
Every day people and environmental groups take action to protect and restore New Brunswick’s environment.  

Over this past year, who stands out in your mind? 

We invite you to nominate a group or individual deserving of one of the NBEN awards which will be presented in style at Eco-Confluence 2017.  Send an e-mail to nben@nben.ca describing your nominee’s work.  Nominees must be members or associates of the NBEN*.

Nomination deadline is September 13, 2017.

*Current NBEN Steering Committee members are not eligible for awards.

Resquest for letters of support: Proposed name restoration for the Wolastoq

Sunday, 30 April 2017
by Alma
 The Wolastoq Grand Council supports our YOUTH GROUPS on their proposal for changing the name of the Saint John River, back to it’s original and proper name; Wolastoq (the beautiful & bountiful river ). We see this as a good place to begin the process of implementing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples; which was strongly recommended by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.  

Proposed Name Restoration: 
  • The name Saint John River back to it’s original indigenous name -  Wolastoq
Purpose: 
  • Wolastoq; (the beautiful river) is the original Indigenous name of the River.
  • Wolastoq is the name sake for the real identity and unique nationality of our People; the Wolastoqiyik.  Respecting the rights of Wolastoqiyik.
  • Scientific studies have now confirmed, what our people have always known; “that water has memory”.    This river will remember its original name.   
  • This deed would begin a process for reconciliation with a show of goodwill on the part of the Government of New Brunswick, and would;
  • Create opportunities for discussions and engagement around indigenous issues.
  • Wolastoqiyik have a right to retain their own names for communities, places and persons. 

The Wolastoq Grand Council is requesting support letters from our Allies; as individuals, organizations, and/or Groups.  For more information, contact Alma Brooks, 506-478-1256, almabrooks.26@outlook.com

Please send support letters to the following addresses:

The Wolastoq Grand Council,
Grand Chief; Ron Tremblay
50 Maliseet Drive
Fredericton, NB, E3A 2V9


David Coon
Office of the Green Party Leader
P.O. Box 6000
Fredericton, NB, E3B 5H1

Additional Information

  1. Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada
Carolyn Bennett; Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada; has assured the Wolastoq Grand Council in writing that; - “Canada is committed to a renewed nation to nation relationship with indigenous peoples based on the recognition of rights, respect, cooperation and partnership.”   Carolyn Bennett also stated that ; - “Achieving full reconciliation between indigenous and non-indigenous people in Canada is at the heart of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada’s mandate, and that the government of “Canada will engage with Indigenous peoples, provinces, territories, and Canadians on how to implement the Declaration in accordance with Canada’s Constitution”.

  1. Andrea Bear-Nicholas
As described in a 2011 article by Andrea Bear-Nicholas, Maliseet historian:  
  1. The first step in the dispossession for the indigenous peoples in the Maritimes began in earnest immediately after the British capture of the French fort at Louisbourg in 1758.   Where place names and names of First Nations in the entire region had been inscribed on earlier maps; both would soon be erased by colonial cartographers in a process described by J. B. Harley as cartographic colonialism.  The justifications for these erasures was found in the doctrine of discovery.   
  2. The second step in the dispossession of indigenous peoples in Nova Scotia began immediately after signing of the Treaty of 1760 by Passamaquoddy and Maliseet Leaders, and later the signing of the Mascarene Treaty.   Although there was no surrender of any lands in either of these Treaties; 1.5 million acres of Maliseet land which outlawed the surveying and expropriation of lands not yet ceded by the indigenous inhabitants or purchased by the Crown.    


  3. United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples:   Articles 1, 2, 6, & 13   support and provide a guide for the implementation leading to reconciliation.

As a distinct ‘people,’ we have a right to our accurate identity and nationality.
  • Indigenous Peoples have the right to the full enjoyment as a collective or as individuals of all human rights and fundamental freedoms as recognized in the Charter of the United Nations, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and international human rights law. 
  • Indigenous peoples and individuals are free and equal to all other peoples and individuals and have the right to be free from any kind of discrimination, in the exercise of their rights, in particular that based on their indigenous origin and identity. 
  • Every indigenous individual has the right to their own nationality. 
  • Indigenous people have a right to retain their own names for communities, places and persons.  “States shall take effective measures to ensure that this right is protected”.