Here is a collection of past news articles and videos featuring Rebecca and her adventures in politics.
Campaign Meet & Greet
Saturday, April 16th · 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Campaign Headquarters 103 Brock Street South Whitby, ON
Saturday, April 16 · 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Drop in and say hello to your local Green Party candidate Rebecca Harrison.
Local musicians will be performing. All ages are welcome, so please bring the whole family.
Guests are also encouraged to bring a food dish. This is a pot luck event.
Donations are welcome.
Official Facebook Page
Saturday, April 9 · 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Green Party Campaign Headquarters-103 Brock St. S. Whitby, ON
Come out and enjoy a casual night with your local Green Party candidate as we rev up our campaign as the election approaches on May 2nd. This will be a night of fun, delicious food, and great music, with the goal of raising money for Rebecca's campaign. Admission is free with a minimum $10 donation per adult (children are free). For your donation you will get a buffet dinner, you will get to hear some very talented local musician...s, and get a free ticket to the Green Living Show in Toronto on April 15-17. Come out and show your support! Official Facebook Page
Campaign Headquarters Launch
On Saturday April 2nd at 10 am we are launching our campaign headquarters, located at 103 Brock St South L1N 4J8 (Brock and Dundas Street). Please join us for the official campaign kick off, where Rebecca will be pleased to speak with you on any questions or concerns you have.
Greens seek young voters
Where are the young Green voters? That was the topic of discussion Sunday when the Simcoe North Green Party Association and provincial constituency association held their annual general meetings together at Abbott's of Craighurst. And who better than young voters to answer that question? Read More.
Greens call for Federal Programs and Legislation to End Child Poverty
National Green Party leader Elizabeth May called for stepped-up federal programs and legislated targets to end child poverty, in the wake of a recent report by independent Representative for Children and Youth Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond on the risk factors behind infant deaths in BC. The report, "Fragile Lives, Fragmented Systems", concluded that B.C.'s high poverty rate and patchwork support system for families put vulnerable children, particularly First Nations children, at risk of an early death. Read More.
Campus Food Drive Raises Over $18,000.
The campus food drive reached a record this year by assisting 75 families during the holiday time. The drive helped 75 families on campus in need by raising over $18,000 throughout 2010. Read More.
Durham leaders learned a lot from five days on
food bank diet.
Many of the participants reported dull headaches, lack of energy, difficulty concentrating and stomach upset as a result of the diet. Others said they simply felt sad or discouraged after trying to fashion a satisfying meal from the contents of the hamper. Read More.
Action Needed on Housing Strategy
The Green Party of Canada is calling on all MPs to vote for Bill C-304, particularly the Conservatives and Bloc who have not yet supported this Act to ensure secure, adequate, accessible and affordable housing for Canadians.
Rights left Another Protest Demanding A G20 Inquiry.
Barack Obama often talks about teaching moments. But there are learning moments too – times when events require skillful adaptation and serious thought for the future. The G20 was one such moment. Read More.