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Hannah Bell will run for P.E.I. Green party in District 11 byelection

Hannah Bell was nominated Monday night to run for the Green party in the District 11, Charlottetown-Parkdale byelection. Bell is pictured here with provincial Green leader Peter Bevan-Baker. (Mitch MacDonald/The Guardian)
Hannah Bell was nominated Monday night to run for the Green party in the District 11, Charlottetown-Parkdale byelection. Bell is pictured here with provincial Green leader Peter Bevan-Baker. (Mitch MacDonald/The Guardian)

CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Hannah Bell won the Green party nomination for District 11 byelection. 

Bell won the nomination over educator Karla Bernard. 

he impending byelection for the Charlottetown-Parkdale provincial district will be held to replace Doug Currie, who resigned as an MLA earlier this month. 

Bell is the Greens' finance critic and holds an MBA in innovative management from UPEI. She has 30 years of experience in the public, private and non-profit sectors in Canada and the UK.

She is currently the Executive Director of the P.E.I. Business Women's Association, owner of consultancy firm The Solution Agency; a partner in training firm Business Learning Solutions, and co-owner of The SPOT Charlottetown, a creative co-workspace and business incubator.

She lives in Parkdale with her daughter Ava and her mother Judith.

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