For me, the Green Party of Canada (GPC) is a personal and family matter. From childhood, I have literally grown up learning about green values and reading about Green platforms. So, at the age of 18, I ran for the GPC for the very first time. Nineteen years later, I ran as a candidate again to force our governments to act now for the planet and for humanity.
Unfortunately, like many of you, I was very disappointed with the national campaign and the place of Quebec within the GPC. For this reason, as Quebec’s representative, I will have three priorities for the GPC:
- Strengthen the rigour and skill of GPC staff;
- Better support and engage our electoral district associations (EDAs), our members and our volunteers;
- Improve the visibility and quality of the French language within the GPC and in our public communications.
If you believe like me that we are one election away from either achieving an electoral breakthrough or being put aside again, I ask for your support so that together we may become a credible and effective political alternative.
GPC candidate in Charlesbourg—Jacques-Cartier (2000)
Founder and member of the Green Party of Quebec’s Board of Directors (2001-2003)
President of the University of Waterloo Greens (2005)
CEO of the Kitchener-Waterloo EDA (2007-2008)
Key volunteer for Cathy MacLellan’s campaign in the riding of Kitchener-Waterloo (2008)
CEO of the Charlesbourg—Haute-Saint-Charles EDA (2019-2020)
GPC candidate in Charlesbourg—Haute-Saint-Charles (2019)
Training and work experience
Bachelor’s degree in philosophy
Master’s degree in public administration (public policy analysis)
Sustainable development consultant
Risk management consultant