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Rebecca Harrison is dedicated to positive change for a better tomorrow in her home of Whitby-Oshawa. From social justice to green jobs and fiscal responsibility, she feels that the Green Party of Canada can lead this country towards a brighter future. Read more.
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When you go to the polls on May 2nd remember those in our community that can't vote. The decisions we make today will affect Canadians for generations to come. It's time for a political party that plans generations ahead. It's time. Vote Green. Thank you to the children of Whitby for participating in this video, and to the Irish Greens for your inspiration.

APR 27th

Follow Rebecca in an online chat for the Toronto Star at www.thestar.com as part of their Youth Nation 2011 coverage.

APR 20th


Join Maclean's for
" What Does Canada Want Now?"

Join Maclean's and CPAC as representatives of Canada's Federal Parties square off in a spirited round-table discussion on the country's most pressing issues, entitled "What Does Canada Want Now?"

The event is taking place in Toronto at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts on Wednesday, April 20, 2011, from 7-9 pm EDT, and will also be broadcast LIVE on CPAC.

There is also an opportunity to submit a question for the panel.
Please note: A select number of questions will be chosen prior to the event as there is a limited amount of time.
No party signage will be permitted into the theatre.
You will receive an email confirming your registration once we've processed your information.

For any questions please contact the Maclean's events team at events@macleans.ca or 416-764-1500.

Please fill out the form here to RSVP to the live event. http://www2.macleans.ca/in-conversation-with-macleans/


APR 18th

Federal Election Forum -
hosted by the Whitby Chamber of Commerce

Monday, April 18th
At Port Whitby Marina 301 Watson St, Whitby Time: 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
The following candidates running for election in the riding of Whitby – Oshawa will be participating in this forum:
Trevor Bardens - Liberal
Jim Flaherty – Conservative
Rebecca Harrison – Green Party
Trish McAuliffe– NDP
This is an excellent way to hear from the candidates and be informed of their views. As the election begins the final countdown – Where do they stand? How will they represent our riding in Ottawa? It's your democratic responsibility to make an informed choice on May 2– Election Day!

APR 16th

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

APR 9th

Campaign Fundraiser

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

APR 2nd

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.

MAR
31st

Green Party candidate Rebecca Harrison calls for common ground on high-speed rail.

The Green Party of Canada has released its second policy proposal in its challenge to all parties to go positive and find common ground in an effort to keep voters engaged. Local Green Party candidate Rebecca Harrison echoed the message with a call to local candidates to come together on this issue.

MAR
31st

Rebecca on CFRB 1010 with Mike Bullard

Rebecca Harrison, the Green Party candidate for Whitby-Oshawa, joins us in today's edition of 'Hot politicians in Election 2011'