Lately I’ve leaned more towards the Green party than the Liberals. This was partially because I really didn’t like Paul Martin, but also because fighting climate change and building a sustainable future is important enough that I’m willing to be a one-issue voter on it. That said, the Green party platform (at least at the provincial level) actually made a lot of sense, it wasn’t proposing gutting the economy to fund green issues.
However, this may all change depending on Dions plan: Dion stakes his future on being greenest of them all. It’s a bold move, and a gamble, but if the plan really is strong it would win my vote. I think climate change has become one of the top several political issues. Everyone knows the Conservatives don’t care one bit, and they do pay for it politically. If they ever put forward an environmental plan that wasn’t a complete waste of the paper it was written on, I believe they could get a majority. So, if Dion can really connect with voters on it he could win big.