Nic Geddert to Run in Elmwood-Transcona

July 2, 2024 at 1:55 pm  Federal, Politics

WINNIPEG – Nic Geddert won the nomination race and will be the next Green Party of Canada candidate in Elmwood-Transcona.

Nic is a dedicated community advocate with a strong passion for making a positive impact. He has been actively involved in various boards and committees, including the Spence Neighbourhood Association, Community Roots Resource Centre, Habitat for Humanity, 1JustCity, Syn-o-nym, and Storefront MB. Nic’s focus is on creating play and meeting spaces, advancing youth programs, and coordinating advocacy efforts.

Within the Green Party, Nic has represented the party in campaigns and played a significant role in party initiatives. Nic has led the development of IT and conflict resolution committees and has been involved in indigenous consultations. Supporting youth initiatives and providing educational opportunities are top priorities for Nic.

Nic recognizes the political challenges that exist and aims to shape the narrative through meaningful change. He emphasizes the strength of communities when governments fall short and support the Green Party’s plans to address societal issues. Nic is eager to connect with the people of Emond-Transcona and other like-minded individuals within the Green Party to amplify the voices of problem solvers and work towards practical solutions.

With a resounding call for action, Nic is determined to make a difference and create a better future for their community and beyond.

“I am so pleased that Nic Geddert has stepped up to take the Green banner forward in the upcoming by-election in Elmwood-Transcona, ” said the GPC leader Elizabeth May.  “I know and respect Nic and have confidence in him. If elected, the people of Elmond-Transcona will have a champion to speak up for them!” 

“I am thrilled to support Nic Geddert in the Elmwood-Transcona by-election. Nic’s unwavering dedication to sustainability, community, and social justice aligns perfectly with the core values of the Green Party, ”  said Jonathan Pedneault, Deputy Leader for the Green Party of Canada. “His vision for a greener, fairer future is exactly what we need in Parliament. Let’s come together and ensure that Elmwood-Transcona has a strong, principled voice advocating for real change.”

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For more information or to arrange an interview : 

Fabrice Lachance Nové

Press secretary

514-463-0021

[email protected]

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