Greg speaks with Minister Rod Phillips on long-term care, Hill Times Columnist Erica Ifill on Elizabeth May's manipulation, reporter Jennifer Pagliaro on Toronto City Council and columnist Anthony Furey on covid numbers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 7 - Elizabeth May, Non-Partisan Green Queen: Peoplekind of Canada
Taylor and Matthew sip from their reusable cups with metal straws and discuss a major proponent of environmentalism in Canadian politics, Elizabeth May. We cover her whole life, focusing mostly on her time with the Progressive Conservatives and as leader of the Green Party. We talk anti-pipeline vigilantism, poisoned lambs, the effects of taking too much cough syrup and wine before a speech, photoshop blunders, abortion, steel beams versus cave trolls, Bill Clinton’s penchant for private jets, and comparing Stephen Harper to a Nazi appeaser. Join us as we cringe and applaud the activism, blunders, good intentions, and incoherent non-ideology that make up the Anti-Harper, Elizabeth May. You can visit our website at: https://www.peoplekindpolitics.com/and find us on social media on Twitter @PeepKindPolitic, IG @peoplekindpolitics, and Facebook at Peoplekind Politics. Thanks to Nate Jacobucci for creating our music! You can find him at: https://natejacobucci.bandcamp.com/community or on Spotify under Nate Jacobucci. Thanks to Nicole at N2B Labs for creating our logo! You can find her website at: https://www.n2blabs.com/
Join Emma-Jane, Erin and Alexa as they interview the honourable member for Saanich Gulf Islands about many topics ranging from Covid-19, to Elizabeth’s life as an environmental activist. They also talk about how many students are not getting the support they need right now, and Elizabeth’s thoughts on how to solve this issue. Elizabeth May is the former leader of the Green Party of Canada, a (position she held for 13 years), the former director of the Sierra Club of Canada, and now the parliamentary leader for the Green Party caucus and the MP for Saanich-Gulf-Islands. DECLAIMER: The UVSP is a non-partisan organization that does not endorse any one politician or political party. Follow Elizabeth’s workParliamentary work: https://www.ourcommons.ca/members/en/elizabeth-may(2897) Twitter: https://twitter.com/elizabethmay Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ElizabethMayMP/
Ep #127 - Elizabeth May of LAC Flooring & Ellie May, Inc.
It Happened On The Job
This episode's guest: Elizabeth May of LAC Flooring and Ellie May, Inc. You can find her on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Mike and Brian are joined by Elizabeth May, CFO of LAC Flooring and Founder at Ellie May, Inc. Elizabeth fell in love with construction in high school when she signed up for a home building program. Fast forward a few years later, after moving to Los Angeles, she went to work for a CPA, started a family, and eventually started her own bookkeeping company where she met LAC Flooring. She was brought in to clean up the finances, and easily demonstrated her value creating her own position there as the CFO. Ellie May, Inc. started soon after, taking that same idea of helping contractors and small businesses, not only with their finances, but also with their HR, marketing, social media management, and vision and business plan. Huge shoutout to Elizabeth for joining us on the show!
Elizabeth May is a Canadian politician who served as leader of the Green Party of Canada from 2006 to 2019 and has been a Member of Parliament for Saanich—Gulf Islands since 2011. Elizabeth also founded and served as the Executive Director of the Sierra Club Canada from 1989 to 2006. In this episode, Elizabeth shares how her daughter's experience with anxiety allowed her to truly understand the debilitating nature of anxiety. Elizabeth also touches on her efforts as a parliamentarian to increase accessibility to mental health resources to meet the growing demand. *** This podcast is brought to you by Anxiety Canada™, a leader in developing free online, self-help, and evidence-based resources on anxiety. For more information and resources, please visit our website and download our app MindShift™ CBT.
43: Dr. Hope Elizabeth May on Bertha von Suttner and the power of positive history
The Next Page
This episode introduces a key figure in the 19th century peace movement: the Austrian writer, activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Bertha von Suttner. Who was she, what did she work towards, and how does her contribution connect to our present day? Dr. Hope Elizabeth May, Professor of Philosophy and the Director of the Center for International Ethics at Central Michigan University, joins The Next Page to share more about Bertha and her current research as part of the Bertha von Suttner project. This episode is a companion to the event held on 26 January 2021 at the UN Library and Archives Geneva, Bertha von Suttner: A Woman Ahead of Her Time, where Dr. May and Colin Wells (Project Manager of the Total Digital Access to the League of Nations Archives), explore her role as an activist and political thinker, her influence on the establishment of the first multilateral institutions, and her action in favor of international peace. In spite of her achievements, unthinkable for a woman of her time, many do not know about her work and life. This episode, as well as the online event, are designed as an introduction to her work and ideas. We hope you enjoy! Resources: Episode Transcript: https://bit.ly/39hdKkZ To watch the replay of the online event, visit: https://bit.ly/2JZ1prQ Explore resources about Bertha and the peace movement at the Library & Archives in this Research Guide on Bertha von Suttner: https://libraryresources.unog.ch/vonsuttner Learn more about the Bertha von Suttner Project: https://www.berthavonsuttner.com/ Content Speaker: Dr. Hope Elizabeth May Host/Editor: Natalie Alexander Producer: Natalie Alexander Images: Dr. Hope Elizabeth May Social media designs and transcript: Karen Lee & Natalie Alexander Recorded & produced at the United Nations Library & Archives Geneva
Surrey BC Green Candidates Meet with Elizabeth May part 2
Sonis Furstenau, the new leader of the Green party.He person A woman who is willing to work with other partiesTo strengthen our home. The Green party has a legacy of wanting to help bring ideas that will ensure our home British Columbia provides for everyone on an equal basis.
Annamie Paul is the first new leader of the federal Green party in 14 years. As she tries to move the party beyond Elizabeth May’s shadow — spectres have been raised by former leadership contenders about the integrity of the race.