What do the Greens stand for?
The Green Party of Ontario begins with the basic premise that all life on the planet is interconnected and that humans have a responsibility to protect and preserve the natural world.
- Socially Progressive
- Environmentally Focused
- Fiscally Responsible
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The Green Party of Ontario (GPO) became an officially registered political party in 1983, and has been growing ever since, expanding its membership and rising in the polls.
In the 1999 provincial election, we fielded 58 candidates, and became the fourth largest party in the province. Between 2003 and 2014, we continued to grow as a party, and or the first time in history, we had a full slate of candidates and garnered over 8% of the vote.
Electing Our First MPP
In 2018, we made history by electing the first Green MPP at Queen’s Park. Mike Schreiner was elected in Guelph with over 45% of the vote!
During his time at Queen's Park, Mike has been an outspoken advocate for climate action, local food and water, housing affordability, LTC, small businesses, mental health and Indigenous rights.
In 2019, he passed Ontario's first-ever Green law, which protects electric vehicle drivers, and introduced other bills to conserve drinking water, get big money out of politics, and remove routine sick notes.
At present, the GPO is averaging about 9% in the polls.
Meet the Team
The Green Party is made up of people just like you.
We’re small business owners, teachers, doctors, scientists, parents, nurses, workers and professionals, who think the current political system is broken and simply want to make the world a better place.
Our Green Vision for Ontario focuses on three pillars:
- Investing in People
- Creating Good Green Jobs
- Protecting our Planet
Working together, we can build a future for our province that is good for us now and for generations to come.
Party Rules and Legislation
The full version of the consolidated by-laws and constitution is available here.
- Safe Spaces Policy
Article 13: Promotion and Protection of Diverse, Equitable, and Safe Spaces