Green Party federal candidates 2011

Green candidates seeking federal seats in Toronto
Kris Scheuer
(Updated with all candidates nominated.)

Sonny Day is the Green Party's federal candidate in York South-Weston.

It’s election time with another federal vote on May 2.
I have posted information on the Conservatives, Liberals and NDP candidates as they become known who are running for federal seats in Toronto ridings.
But this post focuses on Green Party federal candidates running for 22 seats in Toronto:
1)York Centre Green candidate Rosemary Frei.
2)York South-Weston Green candidate Sonny Day.
3)York West Green candidate Unblind Tibbin.
4)St. Paul’s Green candidate James McGarva.
5) Scarborough-Rouge River Green candidate George Singh.
6)Scarborough-Guildwood Green candidate Alonzo Bartley.
7)Scarborough Centre Green candidate Ella Ng.
8)Scarborough Southwest Green candidate Stefan Dixon.
9)Scarborough Agincourt Green candidate Pauline Thompson.
10)Etobicoke North Green candidate Carman Roberts.

11)Etobicoke Centre Green candidate Katarina Zoricic.
12)Etobicoke-Lakeshore Green candidate David Corail.
13)Parkdale-High Park Green candidate Sarah Newton.
14)Toronto Danforth Green candidate Adriana Mugnatto-Hamu.
15)Beaches-East York Green candidate Aaron Cameron.
16)Toronto Centre Green candidate Ellen Michelson.
17)Don Valley West Green candidate Georgina Wilcock.
18)Don Valley East Green candidate Akil Sadikali.
19)Davenport Green candidate Wayne Scott.
20)Eglinton Lawrence Green candidate Paul Baker.
21)Willowdale Green candidate Yama Niwand.
22)Trinity-Spadina Green candidate Rachel Barney.
* Got any updates, please post a comment or email me at kscheuer @ sympatico.ca


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