Address key ecological concerns as Vancouver’s local green economy accelerates. Ensure that Bill C-51 is repealed. Repair Canada’s broken democracy. Employ long-term strategies.
Be a part of building a thriving, green Canadian legacy for future generations.
Constable is a global security expert, local business and start-up consultant, environmentalist and international technical advisor in privacy law.
Build a powerful green economy. Solve the climate crisis. The only strategy that puts our children first.
Yesterday our friends at the Canadian Electricity Association (CEA) sent out a questionnaire regarding the government’s role in electricity, including “cyber security”. I’m pleased to reply with the Green Party position: Enhancing Security Against Cyber Attacks i) How would your Government provide leadership on cyber security? A Green government would focus on cyber security […]
September 21st, 2015 For Immediate Release Liberal and Conservative support for C-51 reveals surveillance culture (Vancouver) – “This was the big issue that made me jump into this election,” says Vancouver Quadra Green Party Candidate Kris Constable, a veteran Internet security consultant who knows intimately how wrong-headed Bill C-51 is. “During the Environmental Forum this […]
Vancouver Quadra had the first all-candidates forum at Ryerson United Church this afternoon on the environment. Kris’ focus was on reminding the audience that a vote for the Liberals, NDP, or Conservatives, is a vote for tankers and pipelines along our coast. Even if the candidates’ values are in opposition to those things, their decisions […]
I’d like to start by thanking the labour movement for the significant advances they’ve made for human and worker rights in Canada on this Labour Day. “Unions and labour groups were critical in the advance of human and worker rights in Canada. It is because of the labour movement that we have moved away from […]
Imagine you’re a Member of Parliament. You have just been elected, and you are eager to represent your constituents. You’re on your first day on the job, and you find out that you are not allowed to vote as your constituents would have you vote. Instead, your party leader or caucus strongly “suggests” you vote […]
The next Federal Election is scheduled for October 19, 2015. Get involved, and be a part of the big Green breakthrough in Vancouver Quadra!