David Greenfield (Saskatoon—Wanuskewin)
Greenfield (born 1967) is a veteran environmental activist, property manager, poet, singer and frequent candidate for public office (Saskatoon-Wanuskewin, 25 November 2000). He is an opponent of genetically-modified foods, has participated in anti-nuclear protests in Saskatchewan, and helped establish a LETS bartering system. Greenfield has also participated in marches against the Free Trade Area of the Americas and the Group of Eight. He was thirty-two years old at the time of his first campaign, in 1999 (Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, 19 October 1999).
He has campaigned for both the Green Party of Canada and the Saskatchewan New Green Alliance. He was elected as Saskatchewan's representative to the Green Party executive in 2004.
|1999 provincial||Saskatoon Meewasin||NGA||294||4/4||Carolyn Jones, New Democratic Party|
|federal by-election, 15 November 1999||Saskatoon—Rosetown—Biggar||Green||175||5/6||Dennis Gruending, New Democratic Party|
|2000 federal||Saskatoon—Wanuskewin||Green||402||1.21||5/5||Maurice Vellacott, Canadian Alliance|
|8 November 2001, provincial by-election||Saskatoon Idylwyld||NGA||68||4/5||David Forbes, New Democratic Party|
|2003 provincial||Saskatoon Meewasin||NGA||77||4/4||Frank Quennell, New Democratic Party|
|2004 federal||Saskatoon—Wanuskewin||Green||960||2.96||4/4||Maurice Vellacott, Conservative|
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