- Voted Best MPP by readers of NOW Magazine
- Former Toronto City Councillor and Executive Director of Greenpeace Canada with a long track record on environmental issues
- Fighter for affordable and quality public services in our community: public education, healthcare, and clean and sustainable energy
Peter Tabuns is a distinguished community leader and a dedicated environmentalist.
A Toronto City Councillor from 1990 to 1997, he helped keep valuable services public and championed smoke-free restaurants and bars. As Executive Director of Greenpeace, he strongly advocated for increased environmental protections and for the adoption of the Kyoto Protocol.
Since his election to Queen’s Park in 2006, Peter has been a leader on a number of issues ranging from energy efficiency, to keeping people safe from toxins, to integrating new Canadians into the economy. As the Ontario NDP’s critic for energy and education, he has led the charge towards creating a new energy economy and has fought against skyrocketing hydro rates.
You can count on Peter Tabuns, an experienced advocate for his community, to continue to get results for the people of Toronto-Danforth.
Peter lives in Toronto with his partner, Shawn Kerwin.
Address: 923 Danforth Ave. Toronto, ON M4J 1L8