Phil Green has a long-standing connection with Mississauga South. His grandparents moved to Port Credit in 1946 and Phil has seen the riding of Mississauga South change and grow over the decades. He lives in the Lorne Park area of the riding and has been actively involved in the community for many years.
He and his wife, Dr. Louise Royer, have raised their three children to speak both English and French fluently. All are active members of the community including the Mississauga Youth orchestra and the Mississauga Choral Society.
During his forty-four years, Phil Green has lived and worked across Canada and understands our country and the issues that are important to Canadians. He has lived abroad, giving him a perspective on international issues and the challenges faced by new Canadians.
He has a Master of Science degree in statistics, and an International Baccalaureate. He speaks English, French and Italian.
Phil is president of Greenbridge Management Inc., a company he founded in 1989. His company specializes in productivity, quality management, environmental, health, and safety improvements in industries across Canada, the US and overseas.
He has won the Civic Award of Recognition from Mississauga and the Ontario Volunteer Service Award for his efforts to bring cycling paths to Mississauga. The City of Mississauga created the Phil Green Recognition Award in his honour.
Phil has published his business and scientific insights in prestigious business, scientific and trade journals.