Green Party of Canada's Response to Hurricane Fiona

OTTAWA – Green Party interim Leader Amita Kuttner will travel from coast to coast to coast as they undertake a national Reconnection Tour that starts in southwestern Ontario next week.

“We’ve all been through a difficult couple of years, but finally things appear to be looking up – for the Green Party and for the country,” said Dr. Kuttner. “It’s an important opportunity for Greens across Canada to get reconnected – with their party, with their values and with one another.”

The Reconnection Tour begins next Wednesday, March 9, in Windsor, ON, before moving on to other centres in southern, central and eastern Ontario. Starting within the spring, Dr. Kuttner might be touching down in communities in Quebec, the Maritimes, the Prairies, B.C. and the North.

“Today, as I reflect on my first 100 days as interim Green Leader, I feel confident that our party is on a very good trajectory and that our members and supporters will welcome this likelihood to re-engage,” they said. 

“It’s not only a chance for me to update them on plans for the approaching leadership contest and other exciting developments within the pipeline but additionally for me to deal with their concerns and listen to their ideas about how we are able to all work together towards a greater future for everybody.”


For more information or to rearrange an interview:
John Chenery
1-613-562-4916 ext. 215


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here