@ the Oakdene Centre
1913 Clementsvale Road
Bear River, NS
1 – 4 pm
I hope that I get to see many of you Sunday 30 June from 1:00pm to 4:00pm.
We are meeting at the Oakdene Centre in Bear River NS.This is a threefold purpose meeting.1) To celebrate my nomination and to introduce myself to constituents and members.2) An organizational meeting to organize our EDA and to start a campaign team.3) To Meet & Greet with anyone interested in learning more about the Green Party.We will have cake, coffee, tea and cookies as well as music in the later half of the meetingIt is open to everyone. There will be a mix of longtime Green Party Members, new members and the Green Curious.
Judy N Green named Green Party candidate in the federal riding of West-Nova.
(Digby, NS) 27 June, 2019, – The West-Nova Green Party electoral district association (EDA) is delighted to announce that business owner Judy N Green of Clementsport, NS is the Green Party candidate for the 2019 federal election.
“I’m delighted to have Judy N Green as our candidate in West Nova,” said Leader of the Green Party Elizabeth May (MP, Saanich-Gulf Islands). “Like so many Canadians, our candidates are driven by the urgency to do politics better. Addressing the Climate Crisis in a non-partisan manner and focusing on finding solutions to our common challenges is important to them. Judy will be an impressive candidate for the Green Party of Canada.”
Ms. Green, works as a wellness coach and educator in Digby NS, and is raising awareness of the many solutions to challenges faced everyday by residents in rural Nova Scotian Communities.
“I am honoured to be given the opportunity to work for you — to make the voices of the people of West-Nova heard, and to put our future, and that of our children and grandchildren at the forefront of our decisions.” stated Judy N Green.
A veteran, wife, mother of one and a grandmother of three, Ms. Green earned her undergraduate degree at Acadia University and completed her Masters of Computer Science at Carleton University in Ottawa ON. Born in BC, she has lived throughout Canada, and has called Nova Scotia home for over 20 years.
Ms. Green has a passion for problem solving and works tirelessly with local groups such as Fresh Food Box Digby and the Digby & Area Community Health Board, to bring solutions regarding food insecurity and poverty to the people of rural Nova Scotia. Ms. Green is committed to cooperation and collaboration with groups and organizations who work on the front-lines addressing our most critical challenges.
Ms. Green is committed to sustainable management of our natural resources. She says, “Our inland fishery, forestry, and minerals are critical to the economic health of West-Nova. Our natural resources are our principle in the bank. As a small business owner, I know we must be fiscally responsible and should only be spending the interest while leaving the principle in place to provide for our future.”