Green candidate in place for 2015 federal election

Arthur Green is the Green Party's Mission/Matsqui/Fraser Canyon candidate in the next federal election.

  • Dec. 18, 2014 9:00 a.m.

Arthur Alexander Green of Hope, BC was chosen by acclamation as Green Party of Canada  candidate for the new federal riding of Mission/Matsqui/Fraser Canyon on Dec. 2.

Green has actively pursued this nomination, and has been instrumental in developing the Electoral District Association (EDA). The Green Party of Canada, under the leadership of Elizabeth May, is looking forward to the coming Federal Election in 2015 with Green as candidate.

His main objectives and pursuits are Electoral Reform, a Climate Action Plan, and a National Mental Health Strategy. It is with these objectives and pursuits that he urges all constituents of the EDA to participate and get out and vote, regardless of political stripe.

Green wishes all candidates and participants of all federal parties the very best, and challenges all to put their very best political foot forward to a forward and progressive election.


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