Mélyssa believes it is time to take action to protect our natural heritage in order to ensure a healthy future for all.
Mélyssa is a young singing teacher who offers private lessons in the Greater Moncton area. Originally from the Acadian Peninsula, she moved to Dieppe after obtaining her Bachelor of Music degree from the Université de Moncton. She is passionate about environmental causes and makes daily efforts to reduce her ecological footprint. An amateur botanist and birdwatcher, Mélyssa believes it is time to take action to protect our natural heritage in order to ensure a healthy future for all. She believes that change must be made, not only on a small scale in the comfort of her home, but also on a large scale at the government level.
Wearing her heart on her sleeve, Mélyssa is eager to work with the community to reduce inequalities in our society. Her listening skills are her greatest strength, and she is ready to get to work to help the most vulnerable. Mental health is one of the causes closest to her, and she would like to work for easier access to help for everyone who needs it.
Having worked with seniors during her time as a caregiver, Mélyssa knows that they have the right to a dignified end of life, and that workers must have the funding and support they need from the province. Mélyssa has other concerns as well, such as the glyphosate that is still being applied to our forests, which affects our native plants, wildlife and the health of us all. She wants to protect New Brunswick’s natural habitats.
Thanks to her experience in the artistic field, Mélyssa is aware of the precariousness that artists, who are often self-employed, experience. She therefore wishes to find solutions to the problems they encounter.