Interim Green leader hopes to recruit Wilson-Raybould as May’s replacement
Jo-Ann Roberts is considering recruiting former Liberal Cabinet Minister and now independent MP, Jody Wilson-Raybould to the party’s top job.
Green Party Leader Elizabeth Meh: A legacy of mediocrity
The Green Party apparatus, in those days composed of hippies and homeopaths, believed vehemently that the island would be the epicentre of where a “green wave” would be triggered.
BREAKING: Elizabeth May resigns as Green Party Leader
She has resigned after leading the Green party to three seats this election.
Interview: Surprise-win Green MP Jenica Atwin wants Jody Wilson-Raybould to join party
The Post Millennial sat down with Atwin so to discover Canada’s new star M.P. In the conversation, Atwin discussed her background and her political influences, as well as what she hopes the Green Party can do to remedy Western alienation and the courting of Jody-Wilson Raybould.
‘It’s pretty clear’ Elizabeth May’s still a U.S. citizen: Immigration lawyer
U.S. citizenship lawyers say Green Party Leader Elizabeth May’s claims she “renounced” her U.S. citizenship are almost certainly bunk.
WATCH: All the Canadian leaders running in the 2019 election explained
Vancouver-based YouTube host and Washington Post political columnist J.J. McCullough has your explainer on the Canadian leaders running in Canada’s election.
Why is no federal leader talking about the opioid crisis?
Imagine over 10,000 people were dying from climate change-related disasters. Imagine the outrage and frantic committees and collective action. It would be monumental. Unfortunately, there is no equivalent on the issue of the opiate crisis, only deafening silence from both the media and our politicians.
Most memorable moments from the 2019 Canadian Leaders’ Debate
Canada’s only English-language debate with all parties present took place tonight, and it did not disappoint.
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May is probably still a U.S. citizen too
Despite a flurry of media interest in the recently-revealed U.S. citizenship of Conservative leader Andrew Scheer, far less interest has been given to the ambiguous citizenship of another federal party leader — Green Party leader Elizabeth May.