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"He left them twisting in the wind."
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"The National Energy Board process was a sham."
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With the release of a draft "compromise" resolution last week, the Green Party of Canada (GPC) seems poised to advocate economic pressure on Israel -- while not endorsing the BDS movement -- and May seems comfortable leading the party forward with this position.
If Green parties wish to enter the mainstream, they should replicate the forward-thinking policies of the German Greens and their rejection of BDS. BDS is a dead-end street filled with potholes of terrorism and discrimination.
She has led the Greens since 2006.
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 calls for the boycott of Israel. At its policy con...
"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 resolution supporting sanctions against Israel, despite...
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 debate about whether it was the right time to dis...
"I'm humbled to receive a strong mandate."
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair spent the least.
Three initiatives have gathered over 26,000 signatures.