Meet our team
Toronto-St Paul's CA Chair (Green Party Ontario President)
Gabby began her involvement in the Green Party during the 2019 federal election. Outside of her roles in the Green Party, Gabby is an engineer, Action Canada Fellow, youth social mobility advocate, and creator of the "Gabby on Government" YouTube channel.
Pete St. Onge
Green Party Canada Lead (Green Party Canada CEO)
Finance (GPO and GPC Chief Financial Officer)
A long time Green Party supporter, Bill got involved with the St Paul’s Greens shortly after he moved to Toronto in 2005. He has been the Financial Agent for the federal EDA since 2006 and the CFO for the provincial CA since 2012, looking after our bank accounts and doing the necessary paperwork to keep us registered with Elections Canada and Elections Ontario. A family physician by profession, he works at a community health centre in Toronto as well and as doing some work in rural and northern Canada and overseas.
Green Party Ontario Lead (previous GPO President)
Adam has been volunteering with the Green Party since 2009 and is a past president of the Toronto-St. Paul's GPO Constituency Association. He is a software developer who has worked in the telecommunications and financial sectors. In his youth, he lived for eleven years outside of Toronto in France, Spain, Quebec and Japan.
Communications, Community Liaison, Volunteer Chair
Cat is a criminal defence lawyer by day and updates the St Paul's Greens website by night. Cat did her undergraduate degree in Systems Design engineering. She would like to live on a planet that's still inhabitable in ten years.
Member and Volunteer Technical Management
Ian specializes in the green economy and climate change resilience. He is president of The Carbon Accounting Company and is a lecturer at the University of Toronto’s Institute of Management & Innovation. In 2018, Ian ran for City Council in Toronto-St. Paul’s. He received a BA and MA in political science from the University of Waterloo.
Kate is now retired after years of work including Social Services, Children’s Aid, YWCA. Her extensive volunteer experience includes: Unitarian Commons board member; Chair of Older Women’s Network Housing Committee; Co-chair of Accessible Housing Network; Vice-president of a housing co-op; President, Social Planning Council of Oshawa-Whitby; Public relations for a shelter; Co-founder, Durham International Women’s Day Committee; Co-founder, Womynspirit Festival; Toronto First Unitarian Congregation Green Sanctuary Group; Canadian Unitarians for Social Justice.
Tim is a lifelong Torontonian and has been a member of the Green Party of Canada since 2019. He joined the team after a jaw-dropping read of The Uninhabitable Earth. An English Literature graduate from the University of Toronto, Tim has worked in lead generation and account management and has an extensive digital resume. He has volunteered in peer support facilitation and is particularly interested in carbon drawdown solutions, Indigenous issues, and mental health. Tim has lived abroad in the United Kingdom and United Arab Emirates. He has been a resident of Toronto-St. Paul's since 2011.