About Bonnie

Bonnie North, wife to her husband, Rob, and mother to her adult son, Gary, is gravely concerned about the ineffective and corrosive policies currently practiced by the political status quo. Realizing that the best way to channel her energies into helping to shape a better Canada for Bonnie’s family, her community, and for her environment, was for Bonnie get to work as the Green Party candidate for her beautiful riding of Barrie-Innisfil.


A Registered Nutritional Consulting Practitioner, Bonnie North is passionate about helping people achieve sustainable lifestyles that are safe and healthy for both themselves and our planet. She firmly believes in greater health through the healing nature of food as medicine, coupled with reducing harmful environmental pollution and chemical exposure.

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Elizabeth May

Elizabeth May

Since August 2006, it has been my honour to serve as the leader of the Green Party of Canada. The truth is the real leadership of this party is the grassroots—our membership—and above and beyond that, the values that inspire us all.

The Green Party is not like any of Canada’s other political parties. Our mission is to rescue grassroots democracy from the hyper-partisan spin that makes voters recoil. Our goal is to ensure that the planet, the biosphere and our part of it, survive and thrive for our children and theirs and theirs...

Friday, October 16, 2015 - 13:34

(Publisher's Note: This lettter is in reference to an article published in the Barrie Advance.)

Dear Editor,

With great anticipation I read “The evolution of our federal parties”, featuring past Reform and NDP MP and MPP’s inside views of their respective parties’ history. But the Green Party’s review relied on two political science professors who expressed quite falsely that the...

Friday, October 2, 2015 - 13:54

Be sure to get out and vote October 19th!!

Register to vote online!


Thursday, October 1, 2015 - 11:30

Why is it still a thing?

You'd think in 2015 it wouldn't be a big deal to be gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, two-spirit, queer, and more.

I would think that just makes you extra special.

Not everyone agrees with me. After yesterday's big press release I got two angry emails.

The first informed me we lost her vote because we were pandering to "the gays".