Chris LeBlanc

Chris wants to bring new ideas and creative solutions to the problems of the riding by consulting entrepreneurs, decision-makers, innovators and workers in the community.

A filmmaker for 35 years, Chris LeBlanc has made fiction series, documentaries and other productions. You may also know that his car is green with gull-wing doors, that he speaks with a chiac accent, and that he is the proud father of two children. However, his activities as an environmental activist are less well known.

In 1994 he worked to free the Peticodiac River from the choking grip of the causeway between Moncton and Riverview. It took 30 years to finally dismantle this structure and celebrate the vitality of this important river.

Since moving to Tracadie in 2002, he has been concerned with the problem of littering along roads and rivers in the community. He has dedicated himself to the task of collecting this garbage and involving youth in an annual collection and awareness campaign.

As a candidate, Chris wants to focus his campaign on the importance of including marginalized groups such as youth, people with mental health challenges and low- income people in the electoral process. It is important for them to speak out, be heard and vote as engaged citizens.

Chris wants to bring new ideas and creative solutions to the problems of the riding by consulting entrepreneurs, decision-makers, innovators and workers in the community.

If the Green Party wins the election, Chris looks forward to working with its leader and dynamic members such as Kevin Arseneau, Charles Thériault and others to reflect the green values of New Brunswickers.

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