Ex-employees allege she yelled at and belittled staff, but the party says there are no official complaints on record and Elizabeth May denies she was abusive.
Several former employees of the Green Party of Canada want Elizabeth May to step down as the leader, and have accused her of promoting people who won't disagree with her to leadership positions in the party, something she denies. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Seven former Green Party of Canada employees are calling for Elizabeth May to step down as leader, alleging she has too much control over the party and has verbally abused employees.
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