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Welcome To The Canterbury Greens

If you live in the Canterbury Council area, and you’re interested in finding out more about the Greens and getting involved in our campaigns, come along to a meeting.

We meet on the second Wednesday of every month at 7.00 pm via Zoom, due to the current Covid restrictions. Please email us if you would like to join the meeting.

If you can’t make it at that time there are plenty of other ways you can support The Greens in this area and help us make it a better place to live and work in.

Join the Greens here.

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It was a tough struggle with attempts to undermine Linda’s support base in the old East Ward.

Not only did the Our Local Community appear to be an alternative choice to The Greens’ policies in the old East Ward suburbs, but an unscrupulous campaign to undermine her well deserved reputation for integrity, honesty and transparency was carried out. A leaflet was sent out two days before the election claiming she supported high rise development. Three examples of support for medium rise development were cited, ignoring 7.5 years evidence of fighting the good fight. It was a fake leaflet in all senses of the word, including a fake author, fake address, fake printer, and no phone number. A protest has been lodged with the Electoral Commission.

Fortunately, Linda’s good work survived these attacks and actually galvanised communities to rally around Linda.

Linda has said that she would like to see communities organise themselves like Ashbury and Hurlstone Park as examples of community associations which inform their Facebook readers of upcoming issues like potential rezoning, Sydenham to Bankstown rail changes. Hurlstone Park also email members with information and get togethers.

When on council Linda established links with groups like Wolli Creek Preservation Society, Cooks River Valley Association and Canterbury Bowling Club. She could then alert them to issues coming before council, and they could contact her with issues. The Association was able to activate members much quicker than Linda could.

Linda believes the best way to empower communities is to establish local networks within communities based on suburbs, the old telephone tree concept. Once there are networks established we can begin to develop links between communities, like the Bankstown-Sydenham Alliance fighting the Metro.

Linda would also like to see Canterbury ward residents get involved with Canterbury Greens:

Local Group Meetings:

Club Belmore
427 Burwood Rd

6:30pm every second Wednesday of the month

Bankstown residents should contact Bankstown Greens

Adam Tran
0403 805 493

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Saturday 28 February
7pm at Mancini’s Italian Restaurant & Woodfired Pizza
21 Burwood Road, Belfield; plenty of parking at the rear of the restaurant

Greens State Election Campaign Launch

Please join us for our State election campaign launch!

Join your local Greens members and Greens MP Dr Mehreen Faruqi for a night of Italian food, good conversation, and meet our candidates: Councillor Linda Eisler and Chris Garvin.

Please RSVP by emailing with “RSVP” in the subject heading, by Tuesday 24th February as places are limited, and pass along to friends and family who may want to join us.

Dinner is a set menu and includes green salad and garlic/cheese pizza for entrée, then a selection of four pizzas for mains followed by tea and coffee. Price is $35 each, which includes a small donation to the campaign. Please simply make payment on the night. We will accept additional donations also, to go directly towards the campaign.

We look forward to launching our State Election campaign with you.

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Canterbury Community Club are holding a meeting on Sunday 30th November, 4:30pm at:

Canterbury Bowling Club
15 Close St

They will be discussing Canterbury Council’s plans for the Bowling Club. Submissions close 5th December, 2014.

All welcome.

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