Go Green with Rachel Power

rachel-power-toronto-danforth-green-party-of-ontario-candidateRachel Power is proud to be your Green Party Candidate for Toronto-Danforth.

Rachel Power is a Marketing Specialist and avid animal and environmental rights activist. Originally from Durham Region, she moved to Toronto nine years ago to further her career and broaden her horizons. She currently runs her own Communications Agency, teaches part-time at Centennial College, and volunteers for a large number of community based green initiatives and national animal rights campaigns. Her passion is, and always has been, advocating for a green and compassionate lifestyle.

Protecting the environment & implementing clean and sustainable energy in Canada is of paramount importance to Rachel, and was her inspiration for being a member and running for the Green Party of Ontario.

She takes a very active role in her community and is committed to aiding in the development of local business and empowering the small business owner. Rachel prides herself on her strong work ethic, dedication, and deep-rooted value system. She is extremely proud to be your Green Party candidate for Toronto-Danforth.

One response to “Go Green with Rachel Power”

  1. Susan Fletcher writes:

    On behalf of our members and other residents in our catchment area, Applegrove Community Complex in partnership with Eastview Neighbourhood Community Centre, is pleased to invite you to participate in a Toronto-Danforth All Candidates meeting on Thursday, June 5, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the gym at the Duke of Connaught School, 60 Woodfield Road.

    We hope you or your representative can arrive at 6:45 p.m. to review procedures and decide the order of speakers. The draw for speaker order will take place at 6:45 whether all the speakers are present or not. We have drafted some preliminary rules of order and agenda, opening with short statements by each candidate, followed by questions from the floor. With 10 candidates, we have set opening statements at 3 minutes, to allow time for audience questions.

    Debate among candidates will be discouraged. There will be an information table (about 1 meter by 1 meter) for each candidate, but no space for signs, posters or banners. Cantonese translation may be available.

    For further information about the all candidates meeting, please feel free to contact me, either via e-mail to Applegrove@ApplegroveCC.ca or by phone to 416-461-8143.

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