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Date:    Saturday October 29        Time:  3:00 PM


Location:  St. Matthews Church Hall in Regina at corner of Winnipeg Street and 14th Avenue


Registration Fee $10.00 - registration table open at 2:30 pm.


Please join us as we select a new leader for the Saskatchewan Green Party.  Any member of our party in good standing can help us elect a new leader.  Memberships can be purchased at the registration table. For the information of those attending the meeting, our bylaws will require us to conduct a secret ballot even if only one person is nominated for leader.

(Those in attendance are welcome to attend a Victor Lau Appreciation Event to be held later that day in the same location.  A separate notice including how to make arrangements to attend is being distributed)




Barry Dickie, Party President

Comments in a recent media interview by our premier focused on his concerns for how the oil spill near Maidstone would impact the Oil Industry

Tuesday July 26, 2016

The premier should realize now isn't the time to lobby for the oil industry and that he should be focusing on what he's going to have the government do to assist in the cleanup and support of communities that have been deeply impacted by the Maidstone oil spill.

The Green Party of Saskatchewan is alarmed to learn of the oil spill caused by a pipeline leak near Maidstone. News of these all

Sunday July 24, 2016

Thankfully the City has a secondary water treatment facility. Saskatchewan residents have a right to expect a contingency plan and provincial government funding to aid the other communities relying solely on water treatment plants fed from the North and South Saskatchewan Rivers.

We are sure Husky Energy is doing everything in its power to minimize the impact of this noxious discharge of oil into the river. However, the City of North Battleford's reaction points to an incomplete containment of the spill. We are calling on the Sask Party government to ensure that any and all communities, individuals, farmers and ranchers affected by this spill have ready access to resources devoted to minimize the spill's impacts.

Green Party leader Shawn Setyo said, "With our aging infrastructure, we must start moving the province into the coming new energy sector. We must make sure we do all we can as a province to ensure events like this are eliminated in the future. For now, we join people all across Saskatchewan in hoping there will never be another oil spill to endanger our drinking water.”

For further comment

Shawn Setyo can be reached at 306-881-4174

Green Party of Saskatchewan, Interim Leader