Addison is committed to doing the work that needs to be done to build the political, social, and economic solutions to the climate crisis.
Addison Fach was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, and currently studies political science at the University of New Brunswick. In recent years, he has gained a wealth of knowledge and hands-on experience working and volunteering both overseas and here in New Brunswick. One of the foundational experiences of his life was volunteering with an NGO based out of Turkey to deliver clothing and other essentials to refugees seeking asylum during the 2015 Syrian Refugee Crisis.
Since returning to Canada and moving to New Brunswick, Addison Fach has dedicated his life to making the world a little bit better for people of every race, religion, identity, and background. He believes that we need more respect and understanding in our political dialogue, and to bridge the ideological gaps that divide us into “left-vs-right” in order to solve the complex challenges of the 21st century.
Addison is committed to doing the work that needs to be done to build the political, social, and economic solutions to the climate crisis. Last year, he had the privilege of attending the COP25 summit in Madrid, hosted by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, where he represented Canada as part of the Federal Green Party’s delegation under the leadership of Elizabeth May.
Addison Fach’s goal for the 2020 New Brunswick election is to invite new voters, specifically young voters, to engage in positive politics, to embrace their democratic responsibilities, and to take their futures into their own hands.