The Day After an Election

I have a fiercely resolute lack of regret today for jumping into this quick election in BC.


I longed to reach more people with our Green message for greater justice and courage to make the significant changes we so need to make: to cut through the foggy haze of so much information overload.

And to see this reflected in the vote was the hope.


Yet I’m encouraged that over four thousand people responded to the social vision we share, enough to mark my name and the Greens on their ballot.

I’m grateful my cynicism is tempered by my urgency: this conviction we have to change course, and immediately.

This is all I know how to do. To keep trying…

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