Green Party launches campaign on the road


PHOTO COURTESY NATASSIA EPHREM

Vaudreuil-Soulanges Green Party candidate Cameron Stiff launched his campaign with a 50km bike tour of the riding September 12. Along the way, he met with citizens, farmers, business owners, town councillors, and educators to hear their concerns and share his positions and the Green Party platform.

Stiff believes we need to urgently address the climate crisis and says no other party is as committed to achieving the targets set by the global scientific community than the Greens. He biked through his riding to raise awareness and set an example that alternatives, such as cycling, are available and need to be used to reduce our carbon emissions.

At 37 years old, Cameron Stiff has experience ranging from work with Canadian universities on campus sustainability to advocating for action on climate change at the United Nations, to developing community sustainability projects and managing Compost Montreal, a local social enterprise focused on organic waste management. This is his first time running for government.

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