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Schreiner and other Greens to take part in virtual panel

Discussion takes place on Feb. 8
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File photo of Guelph MPP Mike Schreiner. Tony Saxon/GuelphToday

The Guelph Greens are hosting a panel discussion on Feb. 8, 2021. “What’s Next? A Conversation on a Caring and Just Recovery,” will ask the panellist what has become evident to them during the last 12 months and what actions we need to ensure a reflective recovery.

We will hear from:

Mike Schreiner, the leader of the Green Party of Ontario, and the Member of Provincial Parliament for Guelph in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario; 

Annamie Paul, the leader of the Green Party of Canada and a Canadian politician, activist, and lawyer; 

Dr. Dianne Saxe, a top Canadian and international environment and climate lawyer, president of Saxe Facts, a law firm on climate, energy and the environment, and Deputy Leader of the Ontario Green Party; and 

Graeme Reed, a doctoral candidate at the University of Guelph studying Indigenous governance, environmental governance and the climate crisis, as well as a senior policy advisor at the Assembly of First Nations and national 2020 Top 30 Under 30 sustainability leader in Canada as acknowledged by Corporate Knights.

The panel will take place on Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. Registration is available at:

About Guelph Greens

Guelph Greens is a grassroots organization which promotes Green values and initiatives, and supports local candidates in both provincial and federal elections. We act as both a provincial Constituency Association (CA) and a federal Electoral District Association (EDA).