Federal Election

Vote October 21st

Wondering where the candidates stand on climate change? So are we!

The Kingston Climate Hub is here to help you sort through the scientific jargon and political positioning.

Check out the links below for party positions on climate change. Reach out to your candidates and ask them where they stand.

Suggested Questions for Candidates:

1. Does your party believe that we must get to zero emissions by 2050?

2. Do you have a plan to get there?

3. What are the biggest barriers to achieving zero emissions?

4. What can I do to help?

The infographics provided on this page come directly from the CBC. Last update - October 3rd

For the most up to date version, please visit -  https://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/elections/federal/2019/party-platforms/ 

Andy Brooke

People's Party of Canada

Phone - 613-777-3372 

Email - info@andybrooke.ca 

Office - 556 O'Connor Drive

Barrington Walker

New Democratic Party (NDP)

Phone - (613) 549-2444 

Email - info@electbarringtonwalker.ca 

Office - 1724 Bath Rd, Unit 10

Candice Christmas

Green Party

Phone - 613-544-8683

Email - candice.christmas@greenparty.ca

Office - 797 Princess Street

Mark Gerretsen

Liberal Party

Phone - 613-507-6275 

Email - info@markgerretsen.ca

Office - 920 Princess St, Unit 120

Ruslan Yakoviychuk


Phone - 343-884-5505

Email - Click here for contact form

Office - 1730 Bath Road


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