Sam Kühn, candidate in Westmount-Saint-Louis


Social justice activist, community legal worker and father of four, Sam Kühn joins the Green Party of Quebec to bring forward his fight to support youth with disabilities and health issues. He also advocates for a better public education system, improved housing rights and environmental protection, while strongly opposing all forms of religious and ethnic intolerance.

Through his struggle to obtain essential services for his daughter Charlotte, diagnosed with a form of autism, Sam found himself immersed in the realities of Quebec politics. As a result, he led a public campaign to get his daughter access to speech therapy services. With its austerity policies, the provincial government is causing disastrous consequences for people with disabilities and their families.

Born in Montreal, Sam has lived in Ontario and Nova Scotia. As a community legal worker, he represented tenants in court on landlord/tenant disputes. He is currently a caregiver for his children, Anna, 6, Charlotte and Simone, 7, and Gavin, 13.

The candidate joined the Green Party of Quebec because of the values he shares with the organization. He would like to put forward the eco-socialist platform and demand greater respect for the environment, social justice, better public health services and a more equitable society.

For Sam Kühn, every vote cast on behalf of the Green Party of Quebec demonstrates that our ideas resonate with the public, help us gain traction in the public debate, and contribute to the funding of the Green Party through the per-vote subsidy. For all these reasons (and more), Sam Kühn would be honoured to have your support in the 2022 Quebec general election. Every vote counts!


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