Sheila G. Richardson was approved as a Candidate for Fairview-Clayton Park on wednesday 28th July, 2021, for the Green Party of Nova Scotia.
Sheila is a senior and works with seniors to enable them to stay home, as long as possible. Sheila is a Continuing Care Assistant, who works for Senior Home Care by Angels. She has also worked with CBI, We Care Home Health Care, At Home Home Care, Stay Home Home Care, Scotia Care.
Sheila boards International students from: India, Sri Lanka, Kuwait, Prince Edward Island, Nigeria, Russia, China, Japan, Korea.
Sheila obtained a Masters in Education from Dalhousie University and has been an Adult Educator, a mediator and a counsellor. She has worked in the public school system in Northern Ireland and England. She has a B. Sc. in Environmental Geography and she was Head of Geography at a large comprehensive school, just outside of Oxford, England.
Sheila has been with the Green Party of Nova Scotia since 2006 and the Green Party of Canada since 2004. She was the first Nova Scotia organiser for the Green Party of Canada. She has run federally three times and provincially three times.
Sheila ran in Halifax West, federally, in 1993, for the New Democratic Party. She was living on Farnham Gate Road and studying at Dalhousie University for her Masters in Education. Her two children attended Grosvenor Wentworth Park School and she was President of the Home and School when there was an oil leak at the school.
Sheila has two children: Christopher and Sarah, who are both married and have children. Sheila is grand mother to four grand children. Her daughter, Sarah, is a Dental Assistant at Halifax Shopping Centre. Her son (C. J.) was Program Manager at Halifax County Soccer. He now lives in Oak Bay, Victoria. Sheila just returned from Victoria, Tuesday 27th July, 2021. She had not seen her grand children for more than two years. Harry was two at the last visit and is now reading chapter books.
Sheila has extensive volunteer work and has served on PTSA, Parent Teacher Student Association Board and School Board and Health Board. The issue that first started Sheila on the road to politics was child care. She was the Nova Scotia representative to NAC National Action Committee on the Status of Women. She also served on Women’s Action Coalition.
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