La Pointe-de-l'Île

Franco Fiori began his legal career in a national law firm. He then joined a major trade union organization and acted as its spokesperson during the renewal of Quebec’s public sector collective labour agreement – he represented more than 25 000 workers during those negotiations. His duties also consisted of negotiating insurance contracts and litigating, as well as coordinating major judicial files. Currently, his legal practice is mainly focused on federal labour law.

A committed environmentalist since the early 2000s, Franco participated in numerous cinema and comedy and other artistic projects with environmental and social components. Although his passion for the arts remains, he now focuses his energy on fighting for his beliefs through his legal work and political action.

His desire to work for a dynamic economy, more representative government and sustainable development is reflected in his involvement with Projet Montréal. Franco firmly believes that the environment is now the main national issue, and every social and economic policy should revolve around this theme. The Green Party of Canada is the only federal party with the mandate of putting the environment at the forefront.
In addition to his legal degree, Franco holds a Bachelor in History and a Bachelor in English Literature. He is fluent in French, English and Italian.