Peter Bevan-Baker, Leader of the Official Opposition of Prince Edward Island, will be in Truro on Saturday, August 7, to campaign with Shaun Trainor, Candidate in Truro-Bible Hill-Millbrook-Salmon River, and Ivan Drouin, Candidate in Colchester North. He and several Green MLA’s will join them, along with Jessica Alexander, Leader of the Green Party of Nova Scotia for this election, in a variety of campaign activities on Saturday afternoon, starting with a visit to the Truro Farmers’ Market at noon.
Peter Bevan-Baker was elected in May 2015 as the first Green MLA for Prince Edward Island. On April 23, 2019, Peter was re-elected in the newly established district of New Haven-Rocky Point, and with a caucus of eight, he formed the first Green Official Opposition in Canada.
Shaun Trainor is a native of Salmon River and recently returned after studying in Sweden and the United Kingdom, completing degrees in Human Rights, Climate Justice and Psychology. Shaun volunteers with the Truro Homeless Outreach Society and is a member of the board of the Nova Scotia Environmental Network.
Ivan Drouin has over 30 years’ experience in healthcare, as a psychologist, former addictions and mental health services director, and mindfulness instructor. He is a founding member of the Truro Francophone Community Centre and was a volunteer member of the board of the Canadian Mental Health Association.
10:00 AM Tatamagouche Farmers Market – 41 Creamery Road, Tatamagouche
12:00 PM Noon – Truro Farmers Market – 15 Young Street, Truro
1:30 – 4:30 PM Green Wave Canvass with PEI Greens, all candidates and
volunteers Location: Campaign Office, 574 Prince Street, Truro