She has led the Greens since 2006.
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May has been debating whether she wants to keep her position as Green Party leader.
Elizabeth May says she could step down as Green Party leader later this month if her party doesn't reconsider its decision to endorse a movement that ...
"Anything is open to discussion, as long as it's not hate speech."
Elizabeth May says she is questioning whether she can continue in her role as leader of the Green Party, after its members voted in favour of a resolu...
The leader of Canada's Green Party said Wednesday climate change was partly to blame for the wildfire devastating Fort McMurray, Alta., touching off a...
"I'm humbled to receive a strong mandate."
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair spent the least.
Three initiatives have gathered over 26,000 signatures.
"I'm happy," May said.
Despite fielding many viable candidates, the Green Party's Elizabeth May is still seeking an election breakthrough
Since rising to the helm of the Green Party, Elizabeth May has taken her party from relative obscurity to a fledgling force in federal politics.
The Green Party leader will visit HuffPost on Friday and we want to know what you want to know.
The Green Party leader was supporting the scientist who announced his resignation this week after being disciplined for an anti-Harper song.
The French-language debate may be May's last chance.
The Greens argue that excluding May from the debate has put the foundation in violation of the Income Tax Act.
"This is one way of saying to Canadians, we're not going to give up on helping to communicate issues in a way that will engage voters."
The Green Party leader dreams of winning 30 seats.
Canada Post announced its plan to end home delivery in December 2013.
Elizabeth May's in good shape this time around, but that could be it.
"My vision comes from an unusually political childhood, an activist upbringing, and a deep love of democracy."
Here are five keys to success in Thursday night's leaders' debate for Green party Leader Elizabeth May.
The federal Green party is making a national pharmacare plan a key plank of its election platform.
"We're not begging to be in these debates with the Globe or Munk, nor should we have to," said Green party spokesman Julian Morelli.
Green Party leader denied unanimous consent to speak after Tory MPs shout "no."
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