7:30 P.M. Sunday September 9th, 2018
993 Dorchester Ave
Guest speaker: Daniel Blaikie, MP for Elmwood-Transcona
The agenda will be the usual AGM reports and election of the executive. It would be great to get some younger members on the executive. If you can not attend the AGM but are interested in being on the executive please let us know.
The next Federal Election will be in October 21, 2019 so we are looking for a candidate. Let us know if you or someone you know are interested in being a candidate.
After the AGM and Daniel’s talk we will have refreshments and an opportunity to mingle.
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
993 Dorchester Ave (between Harrow and Quelph)
President and Treasurer Reports
Election of Executive
8-10pm Meet and Greet of Provincial Leadership Candidates
Monday June 27th, 2016 at 7 p.m.
171 McDermot Ave
Join Devin Tepleski, from Iron & Earth, and learn more about this oil sands worker led organization’s efforts to advocate for a diversified energy sector and ensure trades workers have the skills they need to succeed in building the clean energy projects of tomorrow.
Winnipeg South Centre NDP is holding its:
Annual General Meeting
Wednesday May 25th, 2016
Crescentwood Community Centre
1170 Corydon Ave
Guest Speaker: Daniel Blakie, NDP Member of Parliament for Elmwood-Transcona
For more information: email@example.com
A good article from counterpunch about the controversy that the Leap Manifesto has stirred up.
Financial meltdown, environmental disaster and even the rise of Donald Trump – neoliberalism has played its part in them all. Why has the left failed to come up with an alternative? A terrific article by George Monbiot of The Guardian. His latest book How Did We Get into This Mess? is available at the Winnipeg Public Library.
At our 2016 Convention in Edmonton the delegates voted to encourage riding associations to debate the merits of the Leap Manifesto over the next two years in preparation for the 2018 Policy Convention.
From a Globe and Mail article:
The manifesto’s proposals include:
- Shifting swiftly away from fossil fuels so that Canada gets 100 per cent of its electricity from renewable resources within 20 years and is entirely weaned off fossil fuels by 2050.
- No new infrastructure projects aimed at increasing extraction of non-renewable resources, including pipelines.
- “Energy democracy,” in which energy sources are collectively controlled by communities instead of “profit-gouging” private companies.
- An end to all trade deals “that interfere with our attempts to rebuild local economies, regulate corporations and stop damaging extractive projects.”
- Expand low-carbon sectors of the economy, such as caregiving, teaching, social work, the arts and public-interest media.
- Vigorous debate on the idea of introducing a universal guaranteed minimum income.
- Declaring that “austerity – which has systematically attacked low-carbon sectors like education and health care while starving public transit and forcing reckless energy privatizations – is a fossilized form of thinking that has become a threat to life on earth.”
- Paying for it all by ending fossil fuel subsidies, imposing financial transaction taxes, increasing resource royalties, hiking taxes on corporations and the wealthy, introducing a progressive carbon tax, and cutting military spending.