Kyle MacDonald is an active member of the Green Party of Prince Edward Island. He currently sits on Provincial Council, as the Eastern Rep. He is also an active member in the Morell Lions Club. His passion is helping people and that is why he became involved in both organizations. He believes that we have a moral obligation to help other people in times of need. He has three children, Kayla Jade 20, Tadem 6, and Wyatt 3. He currently works in the aquaculture industry and is the sole proprietor of a forestry business. He believes in being a voice and helping those who are the most vulnerable. He is an avid supporter of local, self reliance. Kyle feels that Prince Edward Island could be the perfect example for the rest of Canada, on how to enact fundamental change in how governments conduct themselves. Accountability, integrity and transparency are key factors that Kyle believes are lacking in government.
I am humbled to be considered your nominee for district 7. I believe that we are living in a time where fundamental change needs to happen in order to provide a safe and healthy environment for future generations. Being a father of three, has spurred me to live a life of compassion, empathy and a willingness to help others. Being a member of the Morell Lions Club has given me a unique perspective on the struggles of our most vulnerable citizens. This could be any one of us at any time in our lives, which is very important to remember. We live in a province that in the past was considered have-not. I disagree with this designation. I believe, that because we have had so very little, it has made us stronger and allowed us to be very diverse in how we make a living and raise our families on Prince Edward Island. We live in a Culture of Community. One large family in essence.
We have the ability because of our size to see real, fundamental change more quickly than any other province in Canada. We have the fortitude and conviction to experience success in all meaning of the word by doing what we do best, which is looking after one another. I believe that I would be a good member of the legislative assembly because I have been an engaged observer in the way past and current governments conduct themselves in relation to how they treat their constituents. It has eroded trust and shown a widening gap between those representing and those that are represented.
I believe our size is our strength. I believe that by working collaboratively, we can be independently and collectively successful. Our province is the perfect size for being a test model for the rest of Canada to implement changes that will help revive communities and allow those community members opportunities for long-term meaningful employment. This will help families thrive and remain together by not having to fracture and move to other provinces to gain employment.
Campaign Headquarters: 50 Red Head Road, Morell PE (hours are 2-4pm)