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Elizabeth May

The Greens' parliamentary leader called the practice undemocratic and said it leaves her party's voters with less of a voice.
The new Green Party leader says it felt like the “right place at the right time” to get into politics.
Elizabeth May noted Greens didn’t run a candidate against Jagmeet Singh when he was first trying to win a federal seat.
A tight race with candidate Dimitri Lascaris was decided in the eighth round.
She believes some members have been prevented from voting and that Elizabeth May unfairly endorsed and helped finance one of the other candidates.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and actor Ryan Reynolds are among those honouring her legacy.
We sent the candidates 23 questions. Most answered them all.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is also calling on Trudeau to denounce the U.S. president’s actions.
Elizabeth May said the remarks constituted “unparliamentary” language.
About Elizabeth May
Elizabeth May is the former leader of the Green Party of Canada. She was the party leader from 2006 to 2019. She won the seat of Saanich-Gulf Islands in British Columbia in 2011, making her the first Green Party member elected to the House of Commons.