London North Centre

Carol Dyck was born and raised in Vancouver, B.C. Following high school, she spent a year as an exchange student in Brittany, France, living with a host family and becoming fluent in French. Carol attended the University of British Columbia, where she graduated top of her class in International Relations in 2001.

Upon graduation, she moved to Leuven, Belgium where she worked as an editor for an Internet Security company, Carol has completed a Masters of Arts in International Environmental Policy, graduating both with distinction and top of her class. She has also completed a Master of Law degree in Environmental Law with distinction at the University of Kent in Canterbury, England. On top of this, she holds a Master of Science in Biodiversity, Conservation and Management from Oxford University.

Since moving to London, Ontario in 2007 with her husband and two young daughters, Carol has been active in the community, volunteering with ReForest London, serving as a Girl Guide leader, and sitting on London’s Environmental and Ecological Protection Advisory Committee. Carol also works as a freelance environmental consultant.

Carol is passionate about environmental and social welfare issues, and is certain that Canada can successfully move to a green economy, where we can serve as a model for positive change.

The Green Party of Canada is excited to have Carol Dyck as our candidate in the riding of London North Centre.