Don Paulin is a healthcare worker and community advocate who has fought tirelessly to help build a better future for working families in Saint John–Rothesay. Supporting veterans and vulnerable people during the pandemic, Don knows Canada’s pandemic recovery needs to help everyday people – not the ultra-rich. We need a green recovery that puts working people first, with bold action to combat the climate emergency and create good jobs at home.
Ann enjoyed a career teaching English to newcomers, serving as a church music director and teaching piano. Active in her community, she serves on the Rothesay Works and Utilities Committee and advocates for a nuclear-free future based on renewable energy and efficiency. She and her neighbours have worked to protect their community from fracking, the Energy East pipeline, glyphosate-spraying and a commercial development proposed for a government-regulated wetland.