Nicolas Frichot was born in 1967 in Geneva, Switzerland, and later relocated to the Quebec City area of Canada. A photographer, filmmaker, and visual artist by trade, he has served on the boards of Mainfilm and l’association lafriche. In 2009, he was a student at Université Laval.
Elected as a school commissioner in 2007, Frichot has also sought election to public office at the federal, provincial, and municipal levels. He called for the closure of Quebec City's incinerator in 2009, describing it as a major source of pollution in the city.
Daniel Blackburn has been a candidate for public office at the federal, provincial and municipal levels, sometimes using the names Black D Blackburn or Blak D Blackburn. He identified himself as a television producer in 2004. While running for municipal office in 2005, he blamed prohibition and Sûreté du Québec tactics for creating a culture of violence within the local cannibas economy.
Alexandre (Alex) Néron has a certificate in screenwriting from the University of Quebec at Montreal and has worked an independent videographer in Montreal. A founding member of the Marijuana Party, he has run in three federal and two provincial elections.
Zupansky has described himself as a business owner and salesperson. He was the host of a news-radio program on UMFM at the time of the election, and still holds this position as of 2005[update]. He received 337 votes (0.80%), finishing fifth against the winner of the riding Conservative candidate Steven Fletcher.