Internal strife has ‘held Canadians back’ from voting Green, say candidates looking to revitalize party governance
Four of six candidates are seeking to become co-leaders of the Greens, but the party constitution says that regardless who wins the race, that can’t happen right away.
Green MP and former leader Elizabeth May is running to become co-leader of the Green Party, alongside her running mate Jonathan Pedneault. May is one of six candidates in the race, four of whom are seeking co-leadership. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade