Green candidate says no to plastic campaign signs

For immediate release
September 12, 2019

VANCOUVER, B.C. – Bridget Burns, the Green candidate for Vancouver East, is doing politics differently. That means a low waste campaign free from the single-use plastic that chokes our oceans, kills our wildlife and trashes our planet. And that means no plastic campaign signs.

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Greens at all levels of government are betting big on Vancouver East as the next Green seat in Ottawa

For immediate release
September 11, 2019 

VANCOUVER, B.C. – Vancouver East federal Green candidate Bridget Burns is heading into the election with the support of federal, provincial and municipal Greens and optimism that Vancouver East will elect the next Green Party candidate in parliament. Burns has received a groundswell of support from elected Greens at every level of government in recent weeks.

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Vancouver East Green Candidate Bridget Burns: The situation at Oppenheimer Park shows a failure of the federal government to confront the housing crisis

For Immediate Release
August 21, 2019

VANCOUVER, B.C. Today’s eviction of the tent city at Oppenheimer Park will leave some residents without a safe place to sleep. Vancouver’s Fire and Police departments have warned that Oppenheimer Park has long been unsafe for residents and the community at large. The response so far from all levels of government has fallen short of tackling the full scope of the issue.

“The situation at Oppenheimer Park is a crisis for our East Van community,” said Bridget Burns, Green Party candidate for Vancouver East. 

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Green Party candidate Bridget Burns announces campaign for MP for Vancouver East

VANCOUVER, B.C. — Well-known community organizer and activist Bridget Burns has launched her campaign as the Green Party candidate to represent Vancouver East in the upcoming federal election.

“I’m running to represent East Vancouver as our Member of Parliament because I want to see my neighbourhood thrive as a creative and livable community for generations to come,” said Burns.

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