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Carol Dyck nominated as Ontario Green Party Candidate

August 10, 2021

GPO Candidate Carol Dyck for London North Centre


TORONTO — Ontario Greens are proud to announce that Carol Dyck has been nominated as their candidate for the London North Centre riding ahead of the 2022 provincial election. She previously ran as a candidate in the 2018 election.

Dyck is passionate about tackling environmental issues at the intersection of science, law, economics and policy — all fields in which she has extensive experience through her accomplished and diverse academic background.

She holds a BA in International Relations from the University of British Columbia, a Masters of Arts in International Environmental Policy from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, a Masters of Law (LLM) in Environmental Law from the University of Kent and a Masters of Science in Biodiversity, Conservation and Management from Oxford University.

Currently, Dyck is enrolled as a doctoral student at the Faculty of Law at Western University, where her research is focusing on marine law.

“The Ontario Greens’ platform offers the best opportunity for the province to bolster its economy while cutting emissions and protecting our natural heritage.” Dyck said.

Dyck is a dedicated community leader and an active local volunteer. She is involved with a number of local non-profit organizations and was previously a Member-at-Large on both the Environmental and Ecological Planning Advisory Committee and the Trees and Forests Advisory Committee for the City of London. She also currently serves on the Board of Directors for the London Environmental Network and for Magisterra Soloists.

“Carol brings a wealth of experience and an impressive academic background to our team,” said Mike Schreiner, Leader of the Ontario Greens. “She is an active community leader and understands how Ontario can best seize the potential of the green economy to become a more prosperous and climate-friendly province.”

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