‘If there was such a thing as a political party stock, the Green Party would be the flier, they would be the penny stock you’d invest in, in case they hit the jackpot,’ says Nik Nanos of Nanos Research.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May, and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh. The Liberals are saying that with the NDP failing to get traction, they're more worried about the Green Party than the NDP. Ms. May told The Hill Times last week her party has momentum and will make gains in the next election. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
With NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh failing to get traction with Canadians, some Liberal MPs are saying they’re worried more about the Green Party than the NDP in the upcoming October election.
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