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Barely able to wait for the doors to close on August's three-day convention, Green leader Elizabeth May publicly and harshly criticized a key outcome of the convention. As leader of a party which so frequently touts the need for "evidence-based policy," Elizabeth May herself has fallen woefully short in recent weeks.
And a majority still want a referendum.
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...
An emergency meeting will be held this month.
"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 system was adopted on the other side of the world 20 years ago.
Canada's elections watchdog has sanctioned the Green Party for deliberately pushing "misleading" polling data to sway votes on the eve of last fall's federal election. Commissioner of Canada Electio...
Memories of the Vietnam War and the assassination of Martin Luther King are being stirred.
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"The things that you'll regret in life are the things you didn't do."
They're not sure whether Hillary Clinton becoming the U.S. Democratic party nominee should be considered a big deal.
Ambrose urged Trudeau to listen to his minister.