If chosen to be the NDP candidate for Parkdale—High Park, I will:
Advocate for bold action on climate change in ways that prioritize racial and economic justice and reconciliation with Indigenous peoples.
Demand significant federal investment in the development of non-market social housing.
Advance the need for a federal childcare strategy.
Continue my life’s work to end poverty in our communities.
I truly believe that a better future for us all is within our grasp.Get Involved
Please join the party, and tell your friends and neighbours to do the same. www.ndp.ca/join
This is a tight election, and we need every single vote. It's up to all of us to connect with our friends in Parkdale-High Park.
Joining the NDP is easy and necessary in order to nominate Paul as the Parkdale—High Park NDP Candidate.
Paul Taylor is a champion of social justice and a long time anti-poverty activist. Drawing from his own experience, he devotes himself to making a positive impact everywhere he works. We need his voice in Parliament, and to get him there, we need to draw upon everyone we know in Parkdale-High Park to join the party and support his campaign. The deadline to sign up to support Paul is May 22.
Paul Taylor has the insight, integrity, and conviction that's desperately needed in our current political culture.
His work as a non-profit leader and anti-poverty activist has demonstrated his commitment to thoughtful community engagement, and the results have been extraordinary. I'm proud to support Paul Taylor's campain in Parkdale—Highpark and his vision for a more just society. I hope you join me.
I am writing from a low-income and often troubled neighbourhood in Vancouver, where Paul has been actively moving amongst us and making us feel good about who we are and where we are.
Paul has the uncanny gift of energizing a mission with dignity and fun and humour, and all accompanied by that irresistible smile. Nothing looks like uphill work, nor does it look undoable. Fundraising, feeding us—and what a cook he is!—going to bat for us when we are tired or out of steam, was all done by Paul in a gracious, welcoming way. He cannot do less than give it his all.
When Paul left for Toronto, we were thrown in to a state of sadness. He is missed in a very profound way, and lives amongst us still. We are richer for Paul having been here, and are using his wisdom to our benefit in all our efforts here. We are following Paul in his exciting journey, and cheering him on to success!
As an activist and community leader, my work has mostly been devoted to advancing Indigenous rights and advocating for environmental sustainability. Through his time at FoodShare, Paul Taylor Has demonstrated that he is an active listener with a deep commitment to social justice that is present both in his words and actions. He has put Indigenous sovererignty and food justice at the centre of the conversations around how and where we access food, think about land and protect our water. He is committed to building healthier communities, to creating a more equal society, and to transitioning to a greener future. I am so proud to support him in his nomination.