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 environmental science and political science. She also holds a Masters in Environment and Business from the University of Waterloo. One day, Janet hopes to enter a PhD program as she is an advocate of lifelong learning and research.
Janet currently works in the pharmaceutical industry, and is a photographer in her spare time. Previously, she was employed by the Hamilton Conservation Authority. She has lived most of her life in Flamborough and is a strong advocate for environmental conservation and working to bring people together. She believes in the ability of people as a collective to change our political system, and recognizes the need for immediate action. She is highly progressive and motivated to make a positive impact on Canadian politics, and hopes to have a long career in public service.
This is Janet’s second election; she ran previously for the Green Party of Ontario in 2018 and hopes to build on her past success.