Georgina Mossington-Parker is a new character in Canadian Boys. She is the younger sister of Jacksons Point.
Georgina is a young woman of 20 years old and of White English Canadian heritage. She has dark blonde hair and light hazel eyes. She wears a pale yellow short dress with white and pale cream frills and a light yellow blouse underneath, white tights, a pair of black ballet shoes, and a black headband decorated with miniature flowers in three different shades of yellow. Her older brother is Jacksons Point.
In contrast to her brother's vivid and striking marker illustrations, Georgina takes a softer approach to making her art, using watercolour paints and ink for a relaxing sensation. She is usually seen carrying her watercolour-paper sketchbook, along with paintbrushes of various sizes and a watercolour paint palette, and she will usually start painting on impulse whenever she is outdoors.
- Georgina may partly derive her name from Georgia O'Keeffe, an American artist who was best known for her paintings of flowers and landscapes from the state of New Mexico. She is considered the "Mother of American Postmodernism". This could be an allusion to Georgina's brother, Jacksons Point, whose name may have been partly derived from another famous artist, Jackson Pollock.