for Don Valley West
Sheena Sharp is a founder and the principal architect at Coolearth Architecture inc., an architectural practice that designs buildings for an emissions-free future. She has learned that, in order to meet our 1.5 deg global warming limits, new building design must be rooted in a collective plan to transform our energy systems and manufacturing industries.
Mike Schreiner is an outspoken advocate for local food and water, affordable housing, small businesses, and mental health.
for Parry Sound—Muskoka
Matt Richter is deeply committed to ensuring the people of Parry Sound-Muskoka have a healthy and prosperous future. He sees the coming election as our greatest challenge and our greatest opportunity. Combating the climate crisis and building a more caring economy as we recover from COVID is imperative.
Laura is a 34-year-old small business owner who believes that the people in her community and across Ontario deserve a government that works for them- in earnest.
for Toronto—St. Paul's
"I believe we’re living in an age calling for new principles and priorities in politics. The Green Party embodies these principles and priorities. I’m running to make Ontario the sustainable, healthy and equitable province we need it to be.”
Dr. Saxe is one of the world’s leading environmental lawyers and has been recognized provincially and globally for her work.
Cody is a 30-year-old teacher motivated to run by the cuts made by Doug Ford to our once world-class education system.
for London North Centre
Carol Dyck is a dedicated community leader, who is actively involved with several local non-profit organizations and committees. She entered into politics during the 2015 federal election after she witnessed first-hand Canada’s tarnished reputation on the international stage due to the then government’s foot-dragging on climate change action, dismantling of environmental regulations, and suppression of scientific studies. Carol believes that the Green Party of Ontario’s progressive platform offers the best opportunity for Ontario to bolster its economy while simultaneously cutting our greenhouse gas emissions and safeguarding the province’s natural heritage.
“Cambridge residents need a champion on issues that matter most to them like affordable housing and reducing commute times with better transportation options,” said Johnson. “I’m committed to listening and working hard to bring those voices to Queen’s Park. Ontario Greens are offering a real plan to building affordable, connected and sustainable communities and that’s why I’m running as a green candidate.”
I know how it feels to be powerless, but I also know how it feels to accomplish positive change. As a potential, future Green MPP, it would be my job to use my experiences to stand up and represent the integrity, equity, and the Clean and Caring Recovery characterized by the Green Party of Ontario.
for Beaches—East York
''I was inspired to join politics by my grandfather who was an member of parliament back in India. His example inspires me to this day to always fight for the little guy. That's why I joined the Green Party of Ontario, because Mike Schreiner's drive for justice & sustainability reminds me of the same. It's an honour to be a part of a party that's creating a greener & more caring Ontario for generations to come.''