Friday, November 07, 2008

Ex Green Party Candidate sues GP for some green

The former Green Party of Canada candidate in Newton-North Delta, John Shavluk, is suing the party and its leader, Elizabeth May, for libel, claiming he was wrongly accused of anti-Semitism.

Read the entire story here.

Update:There is more green than meets the eye at The Province as for some reason they have included the following at the end of the above linked story on John Shavluk. (screenshot)

"Aldergrove.'fortified' barn burns to ground

A barn in Aldergrove that firefighters say was used as a marijuana grow-operation burned to the ground in an early-morning blaze yesterday.

The fire started in the electrical system of the two-storey barn that was divided into several rooms, said Langley's assistant fire chief Bruce Ferguson.

"The building was heavily fortified. Its windows were boarded up with plywood," he said. "We confirmed it was a grow-op."

It took fire trucks from three fire halls five hours to control the blaze in the 400-block 256 Street, he said.

No one was injured.

The owner of the house on the property told firefighters she rented out the barn and had no knowledge of the grow-op, said Ferguson."

Just what is The Province insinuating here?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Go green!