Annamie Paul, leader of the Green Party of Canada.

Annamie-Paul-Parliament-Street-News-Ad-Full-page-This month’s by-election gives Toronto Centre the opportunity to break away from the status quo and  elect Annamie Paul, leader of the Green Party of Canada. She is an experienced and passionate professional and activist, and a tireless community advocate who has a personal stake and deep roots in our community.
Born in Toronto Centre, Annamie Paul is the daughter of immigrants from the Caribbean. She is tremendously qualified with a law degree from the University of Ottawa and a Master’s in Public Affairs from Princeton. She served as an Advisor at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, and a Political Officer in Canada’s Mission to the EU. In Canada, Annamie has fought to improve political representation for women and minorities.
Across Canada, we have seen how electing a Green Leader brings the spotlight, new ideas and new resources to a riding: Elizabeth May in Saanich-Gulf Islands, Mike Schreiner in Guelph, David Coon in Fredericton South, and Peter Bevan-Baker in New Haven-Rocky Point.
This is our moment to rebuild and reimagine our community by electing Annamie Paul as our MP.
Adanced polls are from October 16 to 19, and Election Day is October 26. For more information visit
www.annamiepaul.ca/vote.

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