Green Party of Canada candidates in the 1997 Canadian federal election
Scarborough Southwest: David James Cooper
Cooper was a journalist at the time of the election. According to the Toronto Star newspaper, he ran for the Green Party due to a belief that supporting Canada's more established parties would simply encourage "apathy, cynicism, mediocrity and corruption". His campaign called for "environmentally sound programs, local democracy, sustainable development and long-term planning" (Toronto Star, 30 May 1997).
|1995 provincial||York South||Green||219||0.86||5/9||Bob Rae, New Democratic Party|
|1997 federal||Scarborough Southwest||Green||482||1.25||5/5||Tom Wappel, Liberal|
Calgary Southwest: Sol Candel
Sol Candel holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto, and a Master's degree from the London School of Economics. He is a longtime resident of Calgary, Alberta, where he owns the Movie Poster Shop, a business that collects and displays vintage movie posters. He has been a member of the Green Party for several years, and is the party's financial agent for the electoral division of Calgary Centre-North as of 2009. He is also a director of the Earth System Science/Gaia Theory Society of Alberta, and a partner in Seven Generations Development Inc.
|provincial by-election, July 21, 1992||Calgary-Buffalo||Green||201||5/5||Gary Dickson, Liberal|
|1993 provincial||Calgary-Glenmore||Green||147||5/6||Dianne Mirosh, Progressive Conservative|
|1993 federal||Calgary Southwest||Green||301||0.44||6/9||Preston Manning, Reform|
|1997 federal||Calgary Southwest||Green||310||5/7||Preston Manning, Reform|
- Sol Candel (profile), classmates.com, accessed 30 October 2009.
- "Alberta town is scene of epic struggle for vintage movie posters", Montreal Gazette, 27 April 1988, B1; Frank King, "Museum crammed to the rafters with movie memories", Calgary Herald, 28 November 1991, N1.
- "Environmental party already established", Calgary Herald, 16 November 1990, A6. Candel is referenced as a Green Party member in this article.
- Earth Science Society meeting, 9 June 2008, Earth System Science Society, accessed 30 October 2009; Crossing the Line: A Citizens' Inquiry on Canada-US Relations, Council of Canadians, October 2005, accessed 30 October 2009.