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Canada Now Has Two Greens in Parliament

On December 13, Bruce Hyer, who had been elected as an independent candidate to the Canadian Parliament, announced he is switching to the Green Party. He represents part of western Ontario. The Green Party now has two members of the Canadian lower house. See this story. The news was not too surprising, because a week ago he had said he would be joining one of the parties, although at the time he didn’t say which one.

3 Responses

  1. Joshua H.

    That’s cool. Now if only we could get a couple of Greens in our legislature here in America…

  2. Thunder Bay, Ontario is right next to northeastern Minnesota…is there such a thing as “spill-over effect”?

    Here’s Bruce Hyler’s speech:


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