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Are Green Party Leader Elizabeth May and Coquitlam councillor environmentalist Fin Donnelly going Conservative?
  Mar 23, 2007

Glen P Robbins, President and CEO of ROBBINS ASK, ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) and ROBBINS MediaWorks announces “an unconfirmed report”, that the Harper Conservative government has
“Either already invited or will be inviting federal Green Party leader Elizabeth May with the Conservative government in some type of advisory position on the Environment notwithstanding the outcome of her specific race against Conservative Foreign Minister Peter McKay.”
Adds Robbins “unfortunately we don’t have a lot of details.”
Robbins declares that
“There are also reports that Coquitlam city councillor and environmental advocate Fin Donnelly may run as a federal Green candidate and challenge incumbent Conservative MP James Moore for his federal seat in the riding of Port Moody/Westwood/Port Coquitlam.”

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