Chad Walcott is an activist, community worker and resident of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. He is appearing in provincial politics for the first time with the Green Party of Quebec to demand free public transit, more social solidarity and better representation of minority communities in the provincial government.
In 2012, Mr. Walcott actively participated in the student movement. He was elected to the Executive Council of the Concordia Student Union as an External Vice President in which he participated in the mobilization both locally and nationally. Subsequently, he worked to raise funds to fight cancer and Alzheimer's. He has also worked with youth at risk and in various community organizations.
Chad Walcott hopes to bring a wave of change to the Quebec policy based on the inclusion and respect of each community. On the local level, he offers free public transportation, protection of the Saint-Jacques cliff and opposes the extension of Cavendish Boulevard and the road congestion that will come with it.
For Chad, each vote cast in favor of the Green Party of Quebec proves that the ideas defended by the party resonate with the population and help us to take our place in the public debate. It would be honored to be able to count on your support in the upcoming 2018 elections in Notre-Dame-De-Grâce. Every vote counts!