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Recent Media Releases

Blue Green Canada responds to Energy and Mines Ministers Conference

For immediate release September 11, 2012

Blue Green Canada responds to Energy and Mines Ministers Conference

Charlottetown, PEI – Blue Green Canada members responded to the outcomes of the Energy and Mines Minsters Conference in Charlottetown. Blue Green Canada has been calling for a Canadian energy strategy that cuts emissions, creates jobs and transitions to a low-carbon economy. 

Workers, unions and environmentalists: PEI meeting a crucial first step to keep premiers’ promise

For Immediate Release: September 10, 2012

Workers, unions and environmentalists: PEI meeting a crucial first step to keep premiers’ promise

Ads feature energy workers talking about how to really create jobs, cut emissions.

Charlottetown – Energy ministers meeting in Charlottetown were greeted by ads in the local paper today—featuring energy workers talking about how to really create jobs while cutting emissions.

Heavy lifting ahead if premiers’ words are to mean something

For Immediate Release: July 27, 2012

Heavy lifting ahead if premiers’ words are to mean something

Canada’s only green-labour organization says we’re in this together

Halifax—Blue Green Canada, the country’s only national voice that brings workers and environmentalists together, said some heavy lifting is ahead if the premiers’ energy promise today will matter.

Unions, Environmentalists take Redford up on her offer to talk

Blue Green Canada agrees it's time for a serious chat about a real energy strategy

TORONTO, July 25, 2012 /CNW/ - A unique organization that breaks down old fights to find new solutions did something odd today. It said it hopes Alberta Premier Alison Redford's call for a Canadian energy strategy is heard, and the Council of Federation meeting, opening today, marks the start of a real conversation about Canada's energy needs.

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