“Green Party of Canada Leaders’ Itinerary: November 17-18-19, 2023
The schedule for the Green Party of Canada leaders, Elizabeth May and Jonathan Pedneault, is packed with events and meetings as they make their way through the Kitchener-Waterloo region on November 17-19, 2023. Let’s take a closer look at where they will be and what they will be doing during these three days.
Elizabeth May, Leader
On November 17th, Elizabeth will be in Kitchener-Waterloo to join Mike Morrice, Green MP for Kitchener Centre, for his candidate nomination meeting. The day will end with Elizabeth and Mike attending the Waterloo Region Climate Emergency Vigil later in the evening.
The following day, Elizabeth, Mike, and the MPP byelection candidate Aislinn Clancy will take part in the Santa Claus Parade in Downtown Kitchener and have lunch at Aislinn Clancy’s campaign office. In the evening, Elizabeth will join Mike for his nomination meeting and the Kitchener riding association’s Annual General Meeting.
On November 19th, Elizabeth will attend a church service before having private meetings with constituents in Mike Morrice’s MP office. She will then head to Toronto and Ottawa by train from the Kitchener train station.
Jonathan Pedneault, Deputy Leader
Jonathan will attend private meetings in Montreal on November 17th before joining Elizabeth and Mike Morrice on the 18th for the nomination meeting and celebration event. On November 19th, Jonathan will travel to Toronto and then to Ottawa by train.
All times are local.
The Green Party’s leaders are certainly keeping busy as they engage with constituents and support their party members. It will be interesting to see the impact of their presence in the Kitchener-Waterloo region and beyond.”
In a time of political polarization, it’s important to understand the efforts made by every political party and its leaders. The Green Party of Canada’s leaders continue to make strides in reaching out to their constituents and promoting green values. It’s a reminder for us as citizens to engage with and understand the initiatives and campaigns of all political parties, not just those that align with our own beliefs. This level of engagement is a fundamental part of democracy, and it’s up to us to take an informed approach to our political understanding.