Who Is Jenica Atwin? Age & Wikipedia Bio On Green Party MP

Who Is Jenica Atwin? Age & Wikipedia Bio On Green Party MP

Who Is Jenica Atwin? Age & Wikipedia Bio On Green Party MP

Jenica Atwin aged 34 years is a well known politician in Canada.

Jenica Atwin is a Canadian politician who was elected to represent the riding of Fredericton in the House of Commons of Canada.

Who Is Jenica Atwin? The Politician Age

Jenica Atwin was a member of parliament of the Green party of Canada.

Moreover, she was also the first member of this party to be elected outside of British Columbia and also the first woman to be elected in the riding of Fredericton.

Talking about Jenica’s age, she is 34 years old.

This politician was born on January 10, 1987, in Oromocto, New Brunswick, Canada. Moreover, she completed a Master’s in Education at the University of New Brunswick.

Jenica also co-organized a spin-off of We Day focused on introducing First Nations youth to one another and helping those who have recently moved off of reserves in 2016.

Jenica Atwin Wikipedia Bio

Politician Jenica has been able to get her bio on Wikipedia.

From her bio, we can know that her father’s name is Bob Powell and he is the mayor of Oromocto, and she also has a stepfather named Ron Tremblay.

Atwin is married to her husband named Chris Atwin and has given birth to two children. However, the names of the children are not disclosed yet.

Moreover, the husband of this Green Party member is the First Nation band councilor of Oromocto.

Jenica Atwin: The Green Party MP

Atwin is a member of parliament from The Green Party.

However, in June 2021, this politician crossed the floor from the green Party to the Liberal Party.

Moreover, she is also known to be the first “third party” candidate to win the electoral district of Frederiction or its predecessor districts.

Also, Jenica’s election along with her fellow Green MP Paul Manly and leader Elizabeth May created the largest Green caucus ever at three.

Atwin also called out the statement of Green Party leader Annamie Paul on the conflict calling for de-escalation and more dialogue as “totally adequate”.

This member of parliament has been selected as Rising Star during the 12th annual Parliamentarians of the Year award.

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