Alessandra Szilagyi in Saint-Léonard—Saint-MichelFull resolution image
Alessandra Szilagyi is a graduate of Concordia University and holds a Bachelor of Arts Honours in Human Environment and a Minor in Political Science. An avid volunteer with a passion for environmental justice, she frequently dedicates her time to public education and sustainability initiatives.
Over the last 3 years, Alessandra has worked closely with her community on a variety of...Read more
Aline Bégin in Abitibi—TémiscamingueFull resolution image
Aline Bégin is an activist and community leader who has a long track record of social commitment. She was born and raised in western Quebec and is lucky to come from a family of founders, politicians, committed women and entrepreneurs who all helped develop the Abitibi territory.
As a child growing up near the shores of Lake Abitibi, Aline was already involved, representing...Read more
Amanda Kistindey in Don Valley WestFull resolution image
Amanda Kistindey is an Acadian-Métis, whose strong ancestral heritage has shaped her advocacy for preserving the land on which her ancestors once thrived. Hoping to better equip herself as an instrument for change on environmental policy, she studied International Relations and French Literature at Concordia University and spent several years familiarizing herself with the forestry...Read more
Amita Kuttner in Burnaby North—SeymourFull resolution image
Amita Kuttner is a scientist who studies black holes and the early universe. She is currently pursuing her PhD in astrophysics and is scheduled to complete her doctoral work in June 2019. The Green Party Critic for Science and Innovation Policy, she plans to utilize her scientific training to bring important experience and perspectives to government, and to implement evidence-based policy...Read more
André Voyer in Bellechasse—Les Etchemins—LévisFull resolution image
André Voyer was born in Quebec City in 1953, the eldest of six children. In the early 1970s, he began studying music —specifically, the guitar and cello— and started a career as a songwriter, composer and performer.
In 1982, André founded a publishing and distribution house for greeting cards that featured reproduced works by Quebec and Canadian illustrators...Read more
Andrea Shalay in Winnipeg CentreFull resolution image
Andrea Shalay is a committed community builder and has worked for years to ensure Winnipeg neighbourhoods are safe and affordable. Through her work in property management, as a long-time member of the West Broadway Community Organization and as an engaged neighbour, she has connected with people across the city to tackle a wide-range of issues. Her annual BBQ is legendary for bringing together...Read more
Angela Keller-Herzog in Ottawa-CentreFull resolution image
Angela Keller-Herzog is an optimistic and energetic small-business owner. Angela and her partner are the proud parents of two teenage kids and have lived in Ottawa Centre, on unceded Algonquin territory, for over twenty-five years.
Angela is running because she thinks it is time for bold and effective climate action. She is a trained economist, having received an M.A. in Economics...Read more
Anna Keenan in MalpequeFull resolution image
Anna Keenan is a passionate, effective community organizer with international experience. Born in Australia, she earned degrees in physics and economics in 2007. Anna then worked in Europe, where she met her Island-born husband Robert. They moved to PEI in 2015 to start a family and to be nearby the New Glasgow home of his parents, as his mother began a journey of living with early-onset...Read more
Anthony Edmonds in Sackville—Preston—ChezzetcookFull resolution image
Anthony Edmonds is an aerospace engineer with a background in community service and political activism. His career in aerospace has provided ample experience working closely with government, and his engineering background contributes to a practical, evidence-oriented perspective. Anthony values participatory democracy, and he believes in the right of all Canadians to have a representative...Read more
Anthony Li in Lambton—Kent—MiddlesexFull resolution image
Anthony Li is a student at Western University where he studies Medical Sciences and Financial Economics. He grew up in the political hub of Ottawa, which piqued his interest in the political realm and public service. Anthony recently ran as the Green Candidate in Lambton-Kent-Middlesex in the Ontario Provincial Election, becoming the youngest candidate in the riding’s history....Read more
Arthur Green in Chilliwack—HopeFull resolution image
Arthur Green was born in Mission, British Columbia, and grew up in the Eastern Fraser Valley where he attended Agassiz Senior Secondary. Upon graduation, Arthur immediately began a career with the BC Forest Service as a Dispatcher. This primary career allowed Arthur to gain critical knowledge and hands on experience in operations, management, and forest protection.
After forest service...Read more
Austin Mullins in Banff—AirdrieFull resolution image
Austin Mullins is a queer poet, environmentalist, feminist, and aspiring politician. They are wholeheartedly dedicated to the values enshrined by the Green Party of Canada and hope to spend their life in the public sector fighting for a green and prosperous future.
Austin was born and raised in Southwestern Ontario, but has called Canmore home since September 2017. This community...Read more
Bao Truc Tran Le in Marc-Aurèle-FortinFull resolution image
Bao Tran Le is a second generation immigrant from Vietnam. He was raised by a single mother of four children who immigrated to Canada in the early 1980s to escape years of war and poverty. He arrived from Ho Chi Minh City to LaSalle, Quebec, when he was just four years old.
The journey that led Bao to where he is today, running to become a Member of Parliament, is a long and...Read more
Barbara Joannette in La PrairieFull resolution image
Barbara Joannette was born in the beautiful capital of Quebec City, where she spent most of her youth and early adulthood. From high school onwards, she has had a keen interest in everything related to science, which led her to pursue an Honours Bachelor's degree in Biology, as well as a certificate in teaching for the college and high school levels, at Université Laval in Quebec...Read more
Barry Randle in Central NovaFull resolution image
Barry Randle lives in Pictou, Nova Scotia, with his wife Camille Davidson, where they have owned and operated the Stone Soup Cafe and Catering for the past eight years. They moved to the East Coast from Powell River B.C. a decade ago with their two children and the family pets, crossing the country by RV and exploring Canada as they went.
Originally from England, Barry immigrated to...Read more
Ben Linnick in Saint-Boniface—Saint-VitalFull resolution image
Ben Linnick is an environmental activist, mental health advocate and proud Manitoba Métis. He is honoured to serve the citizens of Winnipeg as an emergency communications operator and dispatcher with the City of Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service. In addition to his regular duties, he was selected by his colleagues to serve on the Peer Wellness Team to act as a promoter of mental health...Read more
Beverley Eert in Portage—LisgarFull resolution image
Eight years ago, Bev and her husband returned to Manitoba to realize their retirement dream: to design and build a self-sufficient home powered and heated by the sun and protected by the earth. Through cutting-edge green design, they have successfully built a near net-zero home and an organic garden, greenhouse and orchard that provides much of their food. This experience has served as a...Read more
Bob Jonkman in Brantford—BrantFull resolution image
Bob Jonkman has championed Proportional Representation since he first volunteered for Fair Vote Canada in the 2007 referendum. As an Executive Member of the very active Fair Vote Waterloo Region Chapter, Bob came to believe electoral reform could best be accomplished by entering politics. He ran for office federally in 2015 and provincially in 2018 as the Green Party candidate in Kitchener...Read more
Bonnie North in Barrie—InnisfilFull resolution image
Bonnie North is a community activist and small business owner who also serves as the Deputy Leader of the Green Party of Ontario. She is dedicated to working in the community to create awareness and change regarding environmental, food security and sovereignty initiatives.
A life-long learner, Bonnie is currently working on her Plant Based Professional Chef’s Certification, and...Read more
Bridget Burns in Vancouver EastFull resolution image
Bridget Burns was born and raised in Vancouver to a single working mother, attending public elementary and high schools in Vancouver East where she was also the recipient of local afterschool programs. These formative experiences instilled in her a commitment to strong social programs and community supports.
Bridget has worked in the hospitality industry for over twenty years...Read more
Brock Grills in Peterborough—KawarthaFull resolution image
Brock Grills was born and raised in Peterborough, attending St. Patrick’s Elementary and Holy Cross Secondary before graduating from Trent University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Studies in 2013. He currently works as a skilled tradesman.
Constantly looking to get involved with the community, Brock has volunteered at City Council meetings, the Canadian Canoe Museum, the...Read more
Brogan Anderson in Kings—HantsFull resolution image
Brogan Anderson has called the Annapolis Valley home for the past 18 years, and is active in the community with the local chapter of the Sierra Club and the Council of Canadians. She works at the Annapolis Valley Regional Library, where you may have seen her in the last decade and a half reading stories to children or matching a reader with a new book. She and her partner Peter Gillis have two...Read more
Byron White in Coast of Bays—Central—Notre DameFull resolution image
Byron White lives in his hometown of Comfort Cove-Newstead with his wife Celeste. They have two daughters, Shelly and Adrienne, and five grandchildren. He considers himself fortunate to have grown up in rural Newfoundland where communities are close-knit, and people know and support each other. He is proud to be a part of the strong cultural tradition of living sustainably close to the land...Read more
Candice Christmas in Kingston and the IslandsFull resolution image
Candice Christmas is motivated by work that addresses issues of equity, social justice and civil society in Canada and abroad. With fifteen years experience in project management of interdisciplinary research in the private and public sectors, Candice is an expert in knowledge translation and exchange.
Candice has a dual major DEC degree in psychology and philosophy from John...Read more
Carol Dyck in London North CentreFull resolution image
Carol Dyck is a dedicated community leader who is actively involved with several local non-profit organizations and committees. She entered into politics during the 2015 federal election after she witnessed first-hand Canada’s tarnished reputation on the international stage due to the then government’s foot-dragging on climate action, their dismantling of environmental regulations...Read more
Cass Romyn in Sturgeon River—ParklandFull resolution image
Cassandra “Cass” Romyn was born in southwestern Ontario, growing up in a small town close to the US border. She attended the University of Windsor for two years before deciding on a change in career goals, next earning her diploma from Georgian College in 2009. In 2012, she met her husband Jeff, and not long after, they expanded their family, having a daughter.
Catriona Wright in Calgary Rocky RidgeFull resolution image
Catriona Wright is the CEO of the Calgary Rocky Ridge Federal Green Party Association, a position she has held for just over three years. She is running for the Green Party because she knows that 2019 is the year Canada must elect the people who will be brave enough to take action to confront both the tremendous loss of biodiversity and the climate emergency.
Catriona loves living in...Read more
Chris Caldwell in Etobicoke—LakeshoreFull resolution image
Christopher Caldwell holds a Master’s in Adult Education (M.Ed.) from the University of Toronto and a Master’s in Environmental Studies (MES) from York University in urban planning and sustainability. He also completed a graduate diploma in Business and Environment from Schulich Business School and received a national award for research on human impacts on the environment.
Chris Tolley in Toronto—DanforthFull resolution image
Chris Tolley has been an active member of the Green Party of Canada for close to ten years. He has been on the campaign team for three elections, and was the candidate for the Toronto—Danforth Greens in the 2015 federal election.
When he’s not running for the Green Party, Chris is an award-winning writer, director and broadcaster. He is the co-host and producer of CBC...Read more
Claire Kelly in Moncton—Riverview—DieppeFull resolution image
Claire Kelly has lived all across Canada, and appreciates every corner of it, but is very proud to call herself a Maritimer. Born in Manitoba, and raised in New Brunswick and British Columbia, it's no wonder Claire has always felt passionate about ensuring all feel welcomed and respected in this country she loves.
After graduating from Mount Allison...
Claude Bertrand in PontiacFull resolution image
The second of three children from a French-speaking family, Claude Bertrand grew up between Ottawa and Chicoutimi, before the family settled in Alma in Lac St-Jean. In 1973, he began learning English by moving to Calgary for a summer, followed by studies at John Abbott College in Sainte-Anne de Bellevue. He studied at McGill University but took a break from his studies in 1979 to discover the...Read more
Clement Badra in Mount RoyalFull resolution image
A young professional and committed citizen, Clément Badra is very active and always looks to push for change in our society and help develop its resiliency and prosperity, regardless of the major challenges coming in the future.
Clément holds a master’s degree in environment and sustainable development, and has been focusing on complex issues mixing social, economic...Read more
Collan Simmons in Perth—WellingtonFull resolution image
Collan Simmons is a physician, Chief of Anesthesia at Stratford General Hospital and an adjunct professor at Western University Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry. He is a strong advocate for environmental causes, and was motivated to enter federal politics to advocate for more comprehensive environmental policies and the growth of the renewable economy.
Collan has a long history of...Read more
Conner Borlé in Red Deer—Mountain ViewFull resolution image
Conner Borle has called the Red Deer area home since first moving there in 1999. Though he has been away for periods due to school, work, and travel, he has always returned to this community.
In 2014, he co-founded a residential contracting business with a focus on sustainable construction, which he continues to operate with his brother. Since earning his B.Ed. from the...Read more
Craig Blacksmith in Winnipeg-NordFull resolution image
Craig Blacksmith grew up in Sioux Valley and now works and resides in Dakota Plains. He is currently Chairman of the Dakota Ojibway Community Futures Development Corporation, and sees a future where our youth are leading a society with no segregation. His goal is to see First Nations people treated as equals in everyday life and in business.
Craig is a father of two daughters with...Read more
Craig DeCraene in DeltaFull resolution image
Craig DeCraene lives in Delta, British Columbia, with his wife and two daughters. They moved to Delta three years ago from Vancouver looking for a place to raise their young family.
Craig has enjoyed a long career in the trades and automotive repair sector, and only recently joined the world of politics through his environmentally conscious independent campaign for Delta City Council...Read more
Dale Dewar in Regina—Qu'AppelleFull resolution image
Dale Dewar is no stranger to challenges. From public speaking in 4-H to teaching in Northern Iraq, she has had a wealth of experiences that have prepared her for the stresses of participating in a general election. As a candidate, she can give a voice to issues of environment, justice and health. Dale admits that running in opposition to a sitting party leader makes this challenging but states...Read more
Dalila Elhak in Beauport—LimoilouFull resolution image
Dalila Elhak was born and raised in Tunisia, where she started her career as a journalist and communications professional. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the Institute of Press and Information Sciences in Tunis, and a master's degree in political science and government from the Université du Québec à Montréal.
After moving...Read more
Dana Taylor in West Vancouver—Sunshine Coast—Sea to Sky CountryFull resolution image
Originally from Toronto, Dana Taylor’s migration to British Columbia began with a family vacation to Victoria at age 13, two years at Notre Dame University in Nelson at 19, and a permanent move to the coast in 1974. A decision 30 years ago to move his family to West Vancouver, and to not seek a third term re-election to North Vancouver City Council, has made this riding his home ever...Read more
Daniel Giavedoni in Don Valley NorthFull resolution image
Daniel Giavedoni was born and raised in the Greater Toronto Area and has lived most of his life in North York, Ontario. He earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto and now works as a nursing coordinator involved in staffing multiple facilities across southern Ontario. He currently lives in the Don Valley North riding with his fiancée Ilham Hassan.
During the...Read more
Daniel Green in OutremontFull resolution image
Daniel Green (born May 29, 1955) is a Canadian Politician and environmentalist. Since the 70’s, he has been an environmental activist and consultant for the Sierra Club of Canada, the Société pour vaincre la pollution (SVP), Coalition Eau Secours, Fondation Rivières, Nature Québec, Parks Canada and for numerous municipalities.
He was named Deputy...Read more
Danielle Valiquette in Bruce—Grey—Owen SoundFull resolution image
Danielle Valiquette is an active member of her community, and regularly volunteers at the local elementary school, including with the nutrition program. She is the Grey Highlands Councillor responsible for the environment portfolio, and sits on the Library Board and the Community Development Advisory Committee.
Danielle’s first taste for activism came at age 13, when she...Read more
Danny Celovsky in Bay of QuinteFull resolution image
Daniel “Danny” Celovsky resides and works in Picton, Ontario, and finds himself constantly in awe of the sense of community this town provides. With three grown children and a grandchild, he believes that fostering and enhancing that sense of community and ensuring a clean healthy environment is their right, and our obligation to provide, in order that they can experience a...Read more
Darcie Lanthier in CharlottetownFull resolution image
Darcie Lanthier has dedicated her life to critical social and economic issues including environmental protection, poverty reduction, food security, access to justice, and moving Canada toward renewable energy. She is a firm believer in Canadians and their capacity to mobilize for positive change.
Whenever she encounters injustice, Darcie steps up.
In her work as a Public...Read more
Dave Urquhart in Hamilton MountainFull resolution image
Retired from a leadership role in the Hamilton steel industry, David Urquhart is a father and grandfather who is a lifelong resident of Hamilton Mountain. He hopes to use the leadership skills he learned during his career and his management studies at McMaster University to create a more sustainable and equitable political environment.
Dave deeply cherishes the time he spent raising...Read more
David Merner in Esquimalt—Saanich—SookeFull resolution image
As a father to four daughters, husband of 24 years, lawyer for over 28 years, political volunteer for 35 years, and enthusiastic hockey player for 50 years, David Merner understands the importance of commitment, hard work, creativity and fun.
David earned degrees from Harvard College, the University of Alberta, Oxford University and the University of Toronto, and has been called to...Read more
David Stibbe in Ottawa West—NepeanFull resolution image
David Stibbe is passionate about Canada, our environment and his community. After having spent much of his young adult life exploring this country, and the world, as an adventure traveler and guide, in 2004 he returned to Ottawa.
In 2005, David along with his future wife Angie, moved into the Britannia neighborhood of Ottawa West Nepean and have been living more...
David Turcotte in Bécancour—Nicolet—SaurelFull resolution image
David Turcotte is a long-time social worker and the father of two wonderful twins with an ASD diagnosis. He was inspired to run in 2019 by his extraordinary children, and intends to make neurodiversity a central subject of his campaign.
David believes that as an advanced, progressive society we need to make more room in the labour market for people with autism spectrum disorders,...Read more
David Weber in Kitchener South—HespelerFull resolution image
David Weber lives in Kitchener's Doon community near the area his Mennonite ancestors farmed. David studied Law and Security at Conestoga College, graduating in 1988 to begin thirty years of honorable police service within his community.
Having a strong sense of justice and becoming a disenfranchised conservative voter, David observed the “big three” parties all to be...Read more
Dean Maher in Spadina—Fort YorkFull resolution image
Dean Maher was born in St. John's, Newfoundland, and is now proud to call Toronto home. He is an entrepreneur and community leader who is active with a variety of organizations including the Toronto Humane Society and local LGBTQ+ groups.
Dean is especially concerned about the social, economic and environmental pressures that are being brought on by our increasingly connected and...Read more
Dennis Drainville in Gaspésie—Les Îles-de-la-MadeleineFull resolution image
Dennis Paul Drainville is the retired Bishop of Quebec, in the Anglican Church of Canada. He is widely known for his past work as a politician, social activist, and teacher.
A graduate of Trinity College, Toronto, Bishop Drainville was ordained to the priesthood in 1983. Over the years he has served in several rural multi-point parishes, as an associate priest at Christ Church...Read more
Desmond Bull in Red Deer—LacombeFull resolution image
Desmond Bull is currently a third term elected councillor for the Louis Bull Tribe of the Maskwacis Nation in the Treaty 6 Territory of Alberta. An environmental champion, he has helped lead a green energy transformation in his community.
Desmond began his career in the field of education working for Ermineskin Junior/Senior High School in 2002. Then, in 2005, he transferred to The...Read more
Eleanor Hayward in MiltonFull resolution image
Eleanor Hayward has been studying the social sciences at McMaster University for the past three years, and is particularly interested in social psychology and political science. She is a successful mature student, and has been recognized with a part-time student award. Her areas of focus include gerontology, microeconomics, Canadian politics and the global political economy.
Elizabeth Fraser in Haliburton—Kawartha Lakes—BrockFull resolution image
Elizabeth Fraser was born in Bowmanville and raised in Bethany, Ontario. She is currently pursuing a degree in environmental studies and is actively involved in student politics at Carleton University in Ottawa. During this time, she has gained dynamic experience working for various government departments and in championing eco-justice causes, such as supporting a sustainable economy and...Read more
Elvin Kao in Markham—UnionvilleFull resolution image
Elvin Kao was raised in Markham—Unionville by first generation Canadian parents and a large extended family that had immigrated to the area. This experience instilled in him a deep sense of community and highlighted the importance of establishing strong roots.
Elvin holds a Bachelor of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo, and now works as a data analytics manager. He...Read more
Éric Laferrière in Berthier—MaskinongéFull resolution image
Éric Laferrière first realized his passion for customer service and problem solving while working in the auto parts and repair business. Helping customers solve their car problems was an eye opening experience for him, and a real learning process in maintaining empathy in situations of frustration.
Looking to build off his new found desire to work in a customer-focused...Read more
Erik Schomann in Simcoe NorthFull resolution image
Erik Schomann is professor of Communication Studies at the Faculty of Communication, Art, and Design at Seneca College in Toronto, where he has taught for the last six years. With a graduate degree in education from York University, he also enjoys working freelance as a learning and development specialist designing and implementing training programmes for Fortune 500 companies such as BMO,...Read more
Evan Price in DurhamFull resolution image
Evan Price is a Young Green and career sales professional who is passionate about fighting for Canadians’ rights. He was motivated to pursue public service because he wants to work with the residents of Durham to build a better future for our region and country.
Evan supports policies that empower women and young Canadians, and legislation aimed at protecting immigrants and...Read more
George Orr in North VancouverFull resolution image
George Orr spent his formative years in Toronto, but has now called the North Shore home for over 40 years. He is blessed by three splendid grown children and supported by his loving life partner, Anne. Despite having children who live in Mexico and Australia, his family considers Vancouver to be their home.
George has worked as a cabinet-maker, BC-based reporter, educator for...Read more
Gordon Kubanek in CarletonFull resolution image
Gordon Kubanek is a professional engineer who earned his Master's of Chemical Engineering at McGill University before spending most of his career as a high school physics teacher. He is married, has three daughters and now lives on a hobby farm near Kars in the riding of Carleton, which he has called home for 15 years. He is currently taking care of his bees while he writes books and...Read more
Grad Murray in Edmonton CentreFull resolution image
Grad Murray was born to Jamaican immigrants and was raised in Toronto, Ontario. Grad puts a unique and inquisitive spin on politics, utilizing the critical thinking skills he gained as a political science student at York University, where he was deeply involved with local community and social issues.
At York, Grad focused on public policy and how it impacts everyday citizens. He has...Read more
Greg De Luca in Brossard—Saint-LambertFull resolution image
Greg De Luca is an acclaimed education advisor as well as a veteran language instructor. He currently works for the Champlain Regional College in addition to other independent contracting work. Apart from his professional duties in education, Greg is also the Champlain Professionals’ Union President and is the FPPC representative on the Brundtland Green Establishments Network, a group...Read more
Greg Malone in AvalonFull resolution image
Greg Malone was born and educated in St. John’s. He is a cynic philosopher in the tradition of Diogenes and Lenny Bruce and, as one of the original founders of CODCO, is perhaps best known for the CODCO and WGB TV series’ and his wicked impersonations of political icons like George Bush, Jean Chrétien, Queen Elizabeth II and Barbara Frum. He has received many awards for...Read more
Guy Dostaler in GatineauFull resolution image
Guy Dostaler was born and raised in Gatineau, and now calls the municipality of Val-Des-Monts home. A carpenter and owner of a company specializing in the installation of commercial doors and hardware, he has been working in the construction industry for 32 years. As part of the team responsible for the restoration of the East Block on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Guy has recognized...
Hannah Conover-Arthurs in DavenportFull resolution image
Hannah Conover-Arthurs is a passionate and forward-thinking environmentalist born and raised in Toronto's east-end. The daughter of a Jamaican immigrant father and a city-born visual artist mother, she was immersed in arts and culture from a very young age.
With lifelong participation in both visual and performing arts, she is a strong supporter of continued and expanded funding...Read more
Jacques Gélineau in ManicouaganFull resolution image
Jacques Gélineau is a building technician administrator for a mining company on the North Shore. He is passionate about the beauty of nature and the secrets it holds. He shares his discoveries as a naturalist photographer and producer of the television series Maya Découvre la Côte-Nord, a series of ten documentaries about ecosystems, their beauty, the services they provide...Read more
James Beddome in Winnipeg-South CentreFull resolution image
James Beddome grew up on a mixed livestock farm in the heart of the Little Saskatchewan River Valley near Rapid City, Manitoba. This upbringing instilled in him a strong appreciation for nature.
James moved to Winnipeg in 2001 to pursue his education, graduating from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in political studies and economics. After...Read more
James Morrison in Avignon—La Mitis—Matane—MatapédiaFull resolution image
Jamil Azzaoui in Laurier—Sainte-MarieFull resolution image
Jamil Azzaoui is a Quebecker of Moroccan-French origin. He arrived in Quebec forty years ago, at the age of eighteen, alone with a guitar. Since then, he has strived to make an impressive contribution to Quebec society. Over the last twenty years, he has collaborated with more than 200 artists as a promotion agent, manager and producer. Jamil has contributed to 44 Félix Trophy Victories...Read more
Jan Norris in Saskatoon—UniversityFull resolution image
Jan Norris is an artist, art teacher, mother, homemaker and long-time peace and environmental crusader, beginning when she was 16 years old combating pollution in Hamilton, Ontario. In the 1980s, she was part of Citizens for a Safe Environment, which succeeded in shutting down the toxic Commissioners Street garbage incinerator near where she was living in Toronto. A few years later, she moved...Read more
Janet Errygers in Flamborough—GlanbrookFull resolution image
Janet Errygers is a young environmentalist and professional. She is passionate about Canadian politics and bringing the triple bottom line into the discourse — that is, an accounting framework that acknowledges social, environmental and financial considerations.
Janet has a dual Bachelor of Arts and Science degree from the University of Guelph, where she studied...
Janine Gibson in ProvencherFull resolution image
Janine Gibson has served sustainable agriculture in Manitoba and across North America for the last 25 years through her organic inspection and education business, Creative Health Consulting. She has conducted over 5,000 verification audits as an accredited member of the International Organic Inspectors Association (IOIA). She was president of Canadian Organic Growers (COG) from 2002 to 2007,...Read more
Jason Blanch in Cumberland—ColchesterFull resolution image
Jason Blanch has served as a Town Councillor in Amherst, Nova Scotia, since October 2016. He sits on Amherst’s Audit Committee, Planning Advisory Committee and Municipal Alcohol Planning Committee, and as a Commissioner on Amherst’s Board of Police Commissions. Jason has been an Addiction Counsellor with the Nova Scotia Health Authority for over fifteen years.
Jason has a...Read more
Jean Désy in Rosemont—La Petite-PatrieFull resolution image
Originally from Trois-Rivières, Jean Désy obtained a bachelor's degree in political science from the Université de Montréal in 1989. He then continued his studies and obtained a certificate in archival studies from the same university in 1990.
After a few years working for the City of Montreal's Culture Department, Jean had the opportunity to...Read more
Jean Rousseau in Compton—StansteadFull resolution image
Born in 1961 to working class parents, Jean Rousseau made his first steps in Montreal in the St-Michel district, and then lived successively in Asbestos and Windsor in the Eastern Townships. At the age of fifteen, he participated in his first political actions: student demonstrations and the advent of the Parti Quebecois with René Lesvesque. Though he was driven into politics because of...Read more
Jean-Charles Pelland in MontarvilleFull resolution image
Born in the Hôtel-Dieu d'Arthabaska, Jean-Charles Pelland grew up on the South Shore of Montreal. After studying at McGill University, He completed his PhD in philosophy at UQAM. He is now a postdoctoral fellow at the New College of the Humanities in London and at McGill University. He is also sometimes employed as a college lecturer in the social sciences and humanities in a...Read more
Jean-Luc Cooke in NepeanFull resolution image
Jean-Luc Cooke founded an information security consultancy firm after graduating from Carleton University with a degree in engineering. He has since moved on to a several I.T. ventures, again focusing on security and combinatorics.
Jean-Luc is aware that we need to act now to confront climate change and create a brighter future. This is why he has been actively involved with the...Read more
Jean-Michel Lavarenne in Ahuntsic-CartiervilleFull resolution image
Jean-Michel Lavarenne runs his own business, a software development company he founded in 2018, which services international humanitarian agencies, organizations within the medical industry, and Canada’s biggest marketing strategy firm. A proponent of agile leadership practices, he has repeatedly led teams in the successful delivery of complex projects.
Jeff Wheeldon in Northumberland—Peterborough SouthFull resolution image
Jeff Wheeldon works as a realtor in Brighton, Ontario, where he lives with his wife and two sons. He strongly shares the values of the Global Greens Charter, especially the values of sustainability, social justice and nonviolence, which also connect with his church background and fuel his efforts to build healthy communities.
Jeff holds a Master of Arts degree, and has a broad work...Read more
Jency Mercier in LaSalle—Émard—VerdunFull resolution image
Jency Mercier is an environmentalist and activist who has been involved with a wide-range of initiatives from urban pollination projects to political campaigns. A graduate of Université de Montréal, she studied political science and multi-ethnic intervention.
Jency first ran for public office in the 2013 municipal election in Verdun on a platform of accountability and...Read more
Jennifer Purdy in Kanata—CarletonFull resolution image
Dr. Jennifer Purdy is a family medicine physician who recently retired from the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) after over 23 years in the Regular Force. She lives in Ottawa, with her husband William Whelan, on a hobby farm. She currently provides medical care at Lifestyle Medicine in Kanata.
Jen grew up in Kanata, Ontario, attended Queen’s University for two years in Nursing Science...Read more
Jesse Brown in Vancouver CentreFull resolution image
Jesse Brown has been involved in Vancouver Centre’s local community for more than a decade, first as a volunteer and educator with YouthCO – a youth-led organization that works on issues related to sexual health and harm reduction. Later, he served as the organization’s Community Engagement Manager, then Executive Director (2011-2016). He is currently serving as the Executive...Read more
Jessica Hamilton in Scarborough—Rouge ParkFull resolution image
Jessica Hamilton lives in Scarborough—Rouge Park with her husband Michael, and two children, Theodore and Audrey. Jessica was raised in Scarborough and currently works in the area as therapist for children diagnosed with autism. Jessica is an energetic leader with experience advocating for the rights of individuals. She believes strongly in the power of collaboration, listening to...Read more
Jo-Ann Roberts in HalifaxFull resolution image
Jo-Ann Roberts is an award winning journalist and broadcaster. She retired from a 25 year career at CBC in December 2014. From 1994-2004, she was the host of Information Morning, based in Moncton and serving all of Eastern New Brunswick. She left New Brunswick to become the host of of All Points West, the CBC afternoon show that served most of British Columbia. She filled that role for 10...Read more
Joey Leckman in Rivière-du-NordFull resolution image
Joey Leckman has taught for over fifteen years and is currently a sustainable development consultant at Cégep de St-Jérôme. He is also a municipal councillor for the city of Prévost and a director at Tricentris.
Joey has been championing ecological and social causes since his youth. He has been a very active member of the Club ⅔ and Amnesty International,...Read more
John Kidder in Mission—Matsqui—Fraser CanyonFull resolution image
John Kidder is an economist, a policy analyst and governance practitioner, a small farmer, an inventor and an entrepreneur. He was a founder in 1983 of the Green Party of BC, the first Green party in North America. He holds the Finance portfolio in the Green Party of Canada’s shadow cabinet. He has three children and four grandchildren. He was a widower until April 2019 when he joyfully...Read more
Josiane Fortin in BeauceFull resolution image
Josiane Fortin is from Saint-Jules in Beauce. She completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree at McGill University in 2006 and an MBA in e-Business from Laval University in 2015. She has worked in marketing, manufacturing, information technology and economic development, and is currently working in the public service.
Josiane has lived in Saint-Georges since 2009 with her husband and two...Read more
Jovannah Ramsden in OshawaFull resolution image
Jovannah Ramsden was raised by a strong single mother of four in a small town, and has called Oshawa home for just under a decade. Her family has moved ten times —to six different neighbourhoods— in Oshawa as they had limited means and faced housing instability. This experience has given her firsthand knowledge of the day-to-day problems low-income Canadians face, and has instilled...Read more
Juan Vazquez in PapineauFull resolution image
Juan Vazquez is a professional homeopath and naturopath who calls Montréal home. He is part of the sustainable development team at the National Bank of Canada and has participated in the last five UN Conferences on Climate Change as well as the RIO+20 Conference on Sustainable Development. He has also been consistently involved with YOUNGO throughout the UNFCCC conferences as a Climate...Read more
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Judy Green is an entrepreneur who loves challenges and finding creative solutions. She holds a Master of Computer Science from Carleton University, and has a diverse background that includes serving in the Canadian Forces as an Airframe Technician as well as creating and selling a business. An accomplished author, voracious reader and lifelong learner, Judy enjoys a wide range of topics and...Read more
Kaija Farstad in Langley—AldergroveFull resolution image
As a librarian working with children and young adults, Kaija Farstad is devoted to teaching, learning, and living the widest possible variety of experiences. She commends the youth working to promote climate awareness and is committed to the idea that purposeful living, ecological sustainability and social equality are key to our future happiness and productivity.
Within British...Read more
Katharine Storey in Dauphin—Swan River—NeepawaFull resolution image
Kate Storey is a proud farmer and community advocate running to create a Canada that works for all of us, not just the lucky few. As Member of Parliament, Kate will stand up for the people of Dauphin—Swan River—Neepawa and champion the wellbeing of our rural communities.
Kate cares deeply about Manitoba. She farms and raised her family here, and has a deep understanding...Read more
Katherine Turgeon in SheffordFull resolution image
Katherine Turgeon is a full-time mother of six children who is committed to ecological justice and building a better society for future generations.
Katherine started her career in a 9-1-1 and alarm care dispatch centre, having obtained a certificate as a terrestrial radio operator and emergency dispatcher from Collège Montmorency. She also pursued first responder training in...Read more
Kelsey Reichel in Bonavista—Burin—TrinityFull resolution image
Kelsey Reichel lives in Carbonear, Newfoundland, which has been his home since 1998, when he moved there at the age of nine. Born on Cape Breton Island, Kelsey grew up in a working-class family that ran small businesses over the years, including tanneries and leather shops, a restaurant and a trucking company. He feels lucky to have roots on two islands in the Atlantic, and much prefers the...Read more
Kevin Nichols in Charleswood—St. James—Assiniboia—HeadingleyFull resolution image
Kevin Nichols is a lifelong resident of Winnipeg, and along with his wife and three kids, has called Charleswood home for over twenty years. Kevin attended Lakewood Elementary, Hedges Junior High and John Taylor Collegiate. After transferring from the University of Manitoba to Red River College, Kevin graduated with an Honours Degree in Health and Safety.
A career public servant,...Read more
Kirsten Wright in WaterlooFull resolution image
Kirsten Wright grew up in Sudbury, Ontario before moving to Waterloo go to school for engineering. She and her husband fell in love with Waterloo and have called it home ever since. They are now raising two small children while Kirsten pursues her PhD in Systems Design Engineering at the University of Waterloo.
Kirsten has a background in engineering and design, and is...
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Laura Reinsborough was born and raised on the Tantramar Marshes in Sackville, New Brunswick, with Acadian roots along the cultural coast. She was named one of “40 Changemakers in Canada” by Canadian Living Magazine for founding an award-winning environmental initiative that inspired thousands of volunteers. Home in New Brunswick, she is the Director of Food For All NB and an active...Read more
Lawrence Taylor in Vancouver KingswayFull resolution image
Lawrence Taylor is a resident of Vancouver-Kingsway, and wants to channel his inclusive leadership style, optimism and compassion to help tackle the urgent environmental crises of climate change and reverse the decline in civil political discourse. From addressing ocean acidification to re-engaging disillusioned and disenfranchised voters, Lawrence is looking forward to moving beyond his role...Read more
Les Schram in Ottawa SouthFull resolution image
Les Schram has lived in Ottawa South with his wife Maggie for over thirty years. They have three children and six grandchildren, all of whom are avid hikers, campers and outdoor enthusiasts.
Les is a graduate of Carleton University and has two financial industry certificates, Group Benefits Associate and Chartered Health Specialist. He is currently working towards the Chartered...Read more
Lil MacPherson in Dartmouth—Cole HarbourFull resolution image
Lil MacPherson was born and raised in Nova Scotia, and is the founder and co-owner of The Wooden Monkey restaurants in Halifax and Dartmouth. Serving food with a conscience is the restaurant's mission and many awards have recognized their commitment to quality and sustainability. Lil believes that her business is the most powerful way to express her values, share her vision, serve her...Read more
Lisa Birtch-Carriere in OxfordFull resolution image
Lisa Birtch-Carriere is an herbalist and a complementary health care practitioner. She has spent her professional life focused on companion animals and on helping them and their humans improve the quality of their lives. Lisa is an avid gardener, bicyclist and nature photographer, and has called London home for almost thirty years.
Lisa was raised and spent her childhood in several...Read more
Lorraine Rekmans in Leeds—Grenville—Thousand Islands and Rideau LakesFull resolution image
Lorraine Rekmans has been an advocate for environmental and social justice issues through her work with both media and non-governmental organizations. With a background in journalism, Lorraine has extensive experience in policy development, government, industry, public affairs and Indigenous communities. She is the former Executive Director of the National Aboriginal Forestry Association and...Read more
Louise Boutin in Vancouver GranvilleFull resolution image
Louise Boutin has been a Realtor with the Realestate Board of Greater Vancouver for the last 11 years. She works at RE/MAX Crest Realty in Vancouver and loves the freedom of working in her own business. She is passionate about helping her clients achieve their goal of home ownership, and has received the Medallion Award and is in the top 10% of Realtors in the Vancouver region. In her spare...Read more
Louise Victor Hanne in Ville-Marie—Le Sud-Ouest—Île-des-SoeursFull resolution image
Louise Victor Hanne was born in Mali, but has called Montréal home since 2003. She is fluent in French, English and Bambara. Louise has a certificate in Legal Technology, and a certificate in English for Professional Communications from McGill University. She recently started a Bachelor's degree at Concordia University in Political Science. Since 2015, Louise has worked full-time in...Read more
Luc Saint-Hilaire in Lévis—LotbinièreFull resolution image
Luc Saint-Hilaire is an advertising strategy, brand and image consultant, and holds a bachelor's degree in graphic communication from Université Laval. In addition to his work in advertising, he lectures at Université Laval and is the author of a wide-variety of training manuals and fictional novels.
During his studies in the late 1970s, Luc worked as an...
Lucas Knill in Long Range MountainsFull resolution image
Lucas Knill comes from a rural background, and is currently studying at Memorial University Grenfell Campus in Corner Brook, where he is completing his Master's of Science in Boreal Ecosystems and Agriculture. He loves to explore the natural, historic, and cultural beauty of the Long Range Mountains riding, from the breathtaking beauty of Gros Morne to the scenic trails of Channel-Port aux...Read more
Lynda Youde in Chicoutimi—Le FjordFull resolution image
Lynda Youde studied geography at Université Laval and then completed a master's degree in environment at the Université de Sherbrooke in 1985. A business start-up training course then led her to open an environmental consulting firm with two colleagues, where she worked until 1988.
Lynda then moved to Chicoutimi, where she balanced her role as a mother of two...Read more
Macarena Diab in Louis-HébertFull resolution image
Macarena Diab holds a Master's in International Relations from Hautes études internationales de l'Université Laval, and has been working for three years at DevAlto Technologies, a Quebec company that specializes in the implementation of software for international development projects.
Director of Programs for Canada's Young Diplomats, Macarena is also a...Read more
Marc Reinarz in North Okanagan—ShuswapFull resolution image
Marc Reinarz was born in Luxembourg, and at the age of four, moved with his parents and nine other siblings to Brussels. In 1974, he moved to Canada with his parents and youngest sister to live on a ranch in the East Kootenays. While working various jobs after school, Marc still found time to help his father with the ranch.
After completing his electronics studies in Calgary, Marc...Read more
Marie Duplessis in Trois-RivièresFull resolution image
Marie Duplessis came of age in an environment committed to politics and advocacy. As far back as she can remember, ecological and social awareness was at the heart of her mission in life.
For the past ten years, Marie has been working in the agricultural sector. In addition to being directly dependent on climate stability, she also knows that Canadian farmers must be able to rely on...Read more
Mark de Bruijn in North Island—Powell RiverFull resolution image
Mark de Bruijn and his family moved to Calgary from Holland when he was just three-years-old, and he spent the next thirty years in Alberta. Then, at the age of thirty-four, he moved to Cortes Island and has called beautiful British Columbia home ever since. He has now been in the North Island—Powell River area for just over twenty years, most of that time living in the Bates Beach area...Read more
Mark Vercouteren in Chatham-Kent—LeamingtonFull resolution image
Mark Vercouteren grew up in Chatham-Kent working as a farmhand and at his family’s fruit stand in Blenheim. These experiences have instilled in him a deep respect for the role farmers play in bolstering Canada’s communities and economy. He is dedicated to supporting our farmers as they face an increasingly complex global market and the instability being brought about by climate...Read more
Mathieu Morin in SherbrookeFull resolution image
Mathieu Morin was born in Le Gardeur and later moved to the municipality of Notre-Dame-des-Prairies. During his youth, he frequently participated in volunteer activities to beautify and preserve our environment. Mathieu studied legal techniques at the Cégep régional de Lanaudière in L'Assomption and is currently pursuing a combined MBA and Law degree at the Universit...Read more
Max Chapman in Algoma—Manitoulin—KapuskasingFull resolution image
Max Chapman lives in Little Current, Manitoulin Island. He was raised on Manitoulin, and considers himself to have been shaped by the rural landscapes and community driven lifestyle of the Island. A graduate of Manitoulin Secondary School, and a student at Queen’s University, Max was motivated to run for the Green Party of Canada by a commitment to make his community an even more...Read more
Michael Tomaino in Niagara CentreFull resolution image
Michael Tomaino grew up in Port Colborne, attended Notre Dame High School in Welland, and graduated from the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto in 1991. Following university, he returned to Niagara to raise a family and now resides in Port Colborne.
Michael has always had a vision for a greener future, and has been involved in environmental activism and politics for...Read more
Michele Braniff in CambridgeFull resolution image
Michele Braniff has had a varied career that included stints as a lawyer and mediator, middle manager of a non-profit mental health service provider, and as a professor at the post-secondary level. This involved teaching courses on social justice as part of a social service program at the college level, and as an adjunct professor teaching business law, governance, conflict resolution and...Read more
Mike Morrice in Kitchener CentreFull resolution image
Mike Morrice grew up on the West Island of Montreal as the middle brother of three boys. His family moved to Newmarket, Ontario in 1997, and in 2003 he started his studies at Wilfrid Laurier University, completing a double degree in business and computer electronics. Mike was quickly hooked by the entrepreneurial spirit of Waterloo Region. After reading a book called Ishmael, his eyes were...Read more
Mithu Valika in Oakville North—BurlingtonFull resolution image
Mithu Valika is an experienced banking professional who has held senior positions with various banks and credit unions. Mithu moved to Oakville in 2015, and has spent most of his life in the Greater Toronto Area. He is committed to expanding renewable energy use across Canada, advocating for social justice initiatives and growing the green economy.
Over the course of the...Read more
Naomi Hunter in Regina—LewvanFull resolution image
Naomi Hunter lives in Regina with her son Isaiah and daughter North. Naomi grew up in Northern Saskatchewan, and feels that her childhood in the beautiful boreal forests of Canada helped shape her passion for nature. An SPRA certified fitness instructor for the City of Regina, Naomi has a passion for the health and wellness of her community.
Naomi’s interest in running for the...Read more
Natalie Odd in Calgary ConfederationFull resolution image
Natalie Odd has called Calgary home for most of her life. She holds a BA from the University of Calgary and an MA in Environment and Management from Royal Roads University. She currently serves as the executive director of the Alberta Environmental Network. Natalie’s career has focused on the environmental non-profit sector in Alberta, but she has also worked in the private and public...Read more
Nicholas Wendler in Huron—BruceFull resolution image
Nicholas Wendler holds a Master of Arts in Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy from Wilfrid Laurier University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Social Development Studies from the University of Waterloo. Prior to moving away for school, he spent his youth living in the Huron-Bruce town of Goderich. He loves the small town, local community feel of support never being far away.
Nicholas lives...Read more
Peter Ormond in Hamilton East—Stoney CreekFull resolution image
Peter Ormond has been immersed in Green activities in Hamilton since completing his Masters of Environmental Engineering in 1995. His involvement has evolved from serving as a board member with several community and not-for-profit organizations, to running for the Green Party and implementing hands-on projects that help to build a more sustainable community.
Over the years...
Pierre Carrier in Beloeil—ChamblyFull resolution image
Pierre Carrier was born in Lévis in 1946, and has had a diverse and successful career that took him from the public service to event planning. Amongst other things, Pierre was a civil servant at the Department of the Secretary of State in Ottawa; owned and operated a sheep farm in rural Québec; and founded Agnus Dei Traiteur, a successful catering and event planning company that...Read more
Racelle Kooy in VictoriaFull resolution image
Born and raised in British Columbia, Racelle Kooy grew up with a deep love for salmon, the Pacific Ocean and the mighty cedar forests. Her Dutch immigrant father encouraged her curiosity and critical thinking, and her Secwepemc / St’atl’imc mother helped ground her deeply in a sense of place and connection to people. Both parents demonstrated the richness of building and supporting...Read more
Raheem Aman in Stormont—Dundas—South GlengarryFull resolution image
Raheem Aman is a passionate community leader and environmental activist. He holds a Bachelor’s of Justice, Political Philosophy and Law from McMaster University, and hopes to pursue a career in law enforcement.
A proud Black Canadian, Raheem was born in Mississauga, raised in Brampton and educated in Hamilton. His family are immigrants from Barbados and Jamaica, and...Read more
Ralph Martin in Wellington—Halton HillsFull resolution image
Ralph Martin grew up on a beef and hog farm near Wallenstein, an upbringing that has always tied him to Wellington County. Though he has been lucky enough to live and work in other parts of our great country, he is proud to call this place home.
In addition to Wellington County, Ralph called the Ottawa area home for over fifteen years, an experience that helped him appreciate...Read more
Ralph McLean in Churchill—Keewatinook AskiFull resolution image
Ralph McLean was born in The Pas, Manitoba, and grew up on an acreage where his parents owned a road construction business that serviced Northern Manitoba. He self identifies as Indigenous (Metis) and his mother is full status Rocky Cree. Ralph was a student at the University of Manitoba, and later went back to school at the age of twenty-five to get into the IT industry. He also worked in the...Read more
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Remo Boscarino-Gaetano in Mississauga—Erin MillsFull resolution image
Remo Boscarino-Gaetano was born and raised in Mississauga, Ontario, and currently attends the University of Guelph where he is completing his bachelor’s degree in zoology with a minor in philosophy. Remo grew up with a natural curiosity for life and has been encouraged throughout his childhood to pursue his passion. This has led to a deep understanding and appreciation of life on this...Read more
Richard Zurawski in Halifax WestFull resolution image
In 2016, Richard Zurawski was elected Councillor for District 12 —Timberlea, Lakeside, Beechville, Clayton Park, Wedgewood— in the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) elections. An extension of his duties as a councillor, he serves as the chair of the Environment and Sustainability Committee for the HRM.
Richard has taught a wide-range of subjects spanning high school to...Read more
Robert D. Morais in HochelagaFull resolution image
Robert Morais is a humanitarian, logistician and filmmaker of Acadian descent, and is the first manager of the Hochelaga Electoral District Association for the Green Party of Canada. He is a proud resident of Hochelaga.
Robert is a businessman who is actively involved in his community and works for the good of humanity. A multidisciplinary artist from a young age, he studied at the...Read more
Robert Green in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—WestmountFull resolution image
Since joining the teaching staff at Westmount High School in 2006, Robert Green has distinguished himself as a passionate and outspoken advocate for public education. He has had numerous opinion pieces published by the Montreal Gazette and Ricochet Media and is frequently interviewed about education issues by nearly every English media outlet in Montreal.
In 2016, Robert was invited...Read more
Samuel Moisan-Domm in Charlesbourg—Haute-Saint-CharlesFull resolution image
Samuel Moisan-Domm was introduced to the values and ideas of the Green Party by his father, and has been a strong advocate for environmental action since he was very young. Indeed, he first ran as a Green Party candidate in the riding of Charlesbourg—Jacques-Cartier in 2000, when he was only eighteen-years-old.
Samuel is a graduate of St. Lawrence College, holds a Bachelor of...Read more
Sean Wood in Courtenay—AlberniFull resolution image
Sean Wood lives in Parksville, B.C., with his wife of 21 years, Teresa, and their sons Erik and Isak. Sean was raised in Orillia, Ontario, but found his way out to B.C. in 1994. He can still remember the first breathtaking drive up the Sea to Sky Highway, and the stunning majesty of the Coastal Mountains and Pacific Ocean. Sean owns a graphic design company that serves other businesses large...Read more
Shawn Setyo in Saskatoon WestFull resolution image
Shawn Setyo is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan and works in the burgeoning technology space in Saskatoon. He believes the Greens to be the most forward-thinking political party in the province. A party that is grounded in scientific facts and the betterment of society as a whole. A party that puts people before profit and understands that we are all connected in the intricate web...Read more
Stéphanie Dufresne in Saint-Maurice—ChamplainFull resolution image
Stéphanie Dufresne has been working in the environmental field for more than fifteen years. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Geography from Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, a Master's degree in Environment from the Université de Sherbrooke, and training courses in journalism and philosophy.
Stéphanie has worked as an...Read more
Stephanie Goertz in Kitchener—ConestogaFull resolution image
Stephanie Goertz is a natural-born leader who is not afraid to speak when she feels something needs to be said. A graduate of the University of Waterloo, she has over a decade of experience working to build vibrant, safe and sustainable communities.
Over the last eighteen years, Stephanie has focused her career and personal life on building healthier communities and businesses. Since...Read more
Stephen Kotze in Lanark—Frontenac—KingstonFull resolution image
Stephen Kotze is a skilled facilitator and respected leader. For the past twenty years, he has served his community as an accounting professional, working with individuals, small-businesses and not-for-profit organizations to strengthen their long-term viability through solid financial practices and processes. Prior work experience includes nine months as Executive Director of the Canadian...Read more
Steven Dyck in GuelphFull resolution image
Steve Dyck is the founder and President of Guelph Solar, and has played an instrumental role in creating green economy jobs in Guelph since 2009. His company was presented “The Excellence in Business Award” from the Guelph Chamber Commerce in 2016, in recognition of their pioneering work. It is Steve’s dedication to community and future generations that drives his commitment...Read more
Tanya Herbert in Edmonton Mill WoodsFull resolution image
Tanya Herbert is a teacher and former engineer who cares deeply about giving Canadians a bright and sustainable future.
As a committed activist, Tanya spends many hours every week organizing and educating the public on the urgency of the climate crisis. Even as a lifelong Albertan, Tanya believes that Canada needs to move beyond its reliance on fossil fuels for both the economic...Read more
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Terry Teather in Niagara WestFull resolution image
Terry Teather resides in Jordan Station at the heart of the Niagara Region’s fruit belt. He was born and raised in St. Catharines, and started his career as a social worker and administrator with the regional government in the Niagara Region.
Terry graduated from the University of Guelph and attained a Master’s degree at Simon Fraser University. He had a lengthy career as...Read more
Thana Boonlert in Calgary CentreFull resolution image
Born in Gatineau, Quebec, Thana spent his childhood in Ottawa, Ontario, where he grew up speaking fluently in French, English and Thai. He attended the University of Guelph, where he was actively involved in student politics and graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering degree focused on environmental engineering.
Thana has worked as an environmental scientist in Calgary for almost...Read more
Thomas Trappenberg in South Shore—St. MargaretsFull resolution image
Dr. Thomas Trappenberg lived in Halifax and Upper Tantallon before moving with his wife and two children to Hatchet Lake in 2002. A professor of computer science at Dalhousie University, he holds a PhD in Physics and has held research positions in Canada, Japan, and Oxford, England. His main research areas are computational neuroscience, machine learning and robotics.
Thomas is...Read more
Tom Cull in London—FanshaweFull resolution image
Tom Cull is an environmentalist, poet, creative writing professor, community organizer, dad, and
partner. He completed his PhD at York University in 2012, and now teaches writing classes at Western University and King’s University College.
Tom recently completed a two-year term as Poet Laureate for the City of London where he served as a promoter of London’s...Read more
Valerie Kennedy in Edmonton RiverbendFull resolution image
Valerie Kennedy retired last May after forty years teaching at universities and colleges in Edmonton and Northern Alberta. She also ran her own small business as a movement counselor and fitness leader. Her focus has always been on facilitating active lifestyles that take a holistic approach to healthy living.
Her passion for health led Valerie into the study of all aspects of who we...Read more
Victoria Galea in Hamilton West—Ancaster—DundasFull resolution image
Victoria Galea is a dedicated volunteer, community leader and political researcher. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from McMaster University, and is currently pursuing her Master of Arts in International Relations at the same institution.
In addition to her responsibilities as a Teaching Assistant at McMaster, Victoria is an avid volunteer. Over the last five years...Read more
Walter Bauer in Newmarket—AuroraFull resolution image
Walter Bauer is a newcomer to politics who decided to throw his hat into the ring because he believes that the most important issues today are climate change and income inequality, and that only the Green Party has prudent policies to confront these concerns.
Walter graduated from the University of Waterloo and worked for twenty years in the construction industry before starting his...Read more
William James in Selkirk—Interlake—EastmanFull resolution image
Wayne James lives in the Beausejour area and farms the land he grew up on, as did his father and grandfather before him. Beginning in 1999, Wayne began to convert the farm over to organic production after he had an epiphany about the damage that agricultural chemicals were having on the land that had given so much to him and his family.
In 1977, Wayne received a B.A. from the...Read more