Kristian Solarik transport spokesman


A former Green Party of Quebec candidate for the Soulanges riding, Kristian Solarik decided to get involved in politics to represent people who want to leave a clean environment and a fairer, more caring society for future generations. Born in Saint-Léonard, he grew up in the east end of Montreal before moving to Saint-Zotique in 2010.

Kristian has volunteered as a coach in both minor league and senior league baseball. At the age of 23, Kristian ran as an independent candidate for city councillor in Montreal's Louis-Riel district in 2009. Kristian chose to join the Green Party of Quebec because of the party's core values of environmental protection and social justice.

A fervent advocate of investment in public transit infrastructure and the reduction of greenhouse gases, Kristian insists on the need to build an Île-aux-tourtes bridge with two dedicated bus lanes and a lane for the Réseau express métropolitain (REM) linking the Vaudreuil-Soulanges region to the island of Montreal. He also calls for the construction of a third link between Quebec City and Lévis, which would be a multifunctional infrastructure prioritizing public transit and facilitating traffic between the two cities.

As transportation spokesperson for the PVQ's shadow cabinet, Kristian is committed to defending the interests of Quebecers and the environment. For Kristian, Quebecers need a long-term solution to their transportation needs, not a short-term band-aid. Temporary solutions don't reduce travel times or greenhouse gas emissions.






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