Annamie Paul

Annamie Paul speaks to the media during a press conference announcing she is officially stepping down as Green Party leader, at Suydam Park in Toronto on Monday, September 27, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ Tijana Martin

Annamie Paul resigns: ‘I was breaking a glass ceiling that was going to fall on my head’

Politics Insider for Sept. 28, 2021: Paul calls it quits as Green Party leader; there are sharper knives out earlier for Erin O’Toole; and a 62 per cent voter turnout during this election

Paul speaks to the media following the federal election English-language leaders debate in Gatineau, Que., on Sept. 9, 2021 (Fred Chartrand/CP)

Annamie Paul was the unexpected hero of the leaders’ debate

Fatima Syed: For those looking for a different kind of politics to emerge from these tough pandemic times, Paul was the unexpected hero we didn’t know we had

Annamie Paul, left and Justin Trudeau takes part in the federal election English-language Leaders debate in Gatineau, Que., on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang

Justin Trudeau still can’t answer why he called this election. A depleted nation despairs.

Shannon Proudfoot: ‘It seems certain that at least some of the Liberal slide has been the direct result of an electorate surly about being pressed into service when the pandemic has not remotely moved into the rearview mirror.’

(Sean Kilpatrick/Pool/AFP via Getty Images)

Five takeaways from the federal election debate, a disjointed but feisty showdown

The English-language debate featured moments of redemption for Annamie Paul and jabs at Yves-François Blanchet that could stir up the race in Quebec

Green Party Leader Annamie Paul canvasses a neighbourhood after launching her election campaign in the riding of Toronto Centre. (Christopher Katsarov/CP)

Annamie Paul finally has something to smile about

Election Image of the Day: Will positive results in a key internal party vote allow the Green Party leader to shake the blues?

Clockwise from top left: Aurora Brown (Courtesy of CBC), Annamie Paul (Courtesy of the Green Party of Canada), Alicia Elliott (Cole Burston/CP), David Suzuki (Courtesy of CBC), Priyanka (Courtesy of Jackie Brown/Crave), Kayla Grey (Courtesy of Kayla Grey), Notorious Cree (Courtesy of Norman Wong and Notorios Cree), Theresa Tam (Adrian Wyld/CP)

Famous Canadians on beliefs they held that were upended by 2020

Maclean’s asked notable Canadians what this crazy, awful year proved wrong

Trudeau walks to a news conference in Ottawa on Nov. 6, 2020 (David Kawai/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

An election is coming and it won’t be easy for the Liberals

Tom Mulcair: The normally efficient Liberal election machine will face big challenges in an inspiring new Green leader, and a disciplined Erin O’Toole

Annamie Paul in conversation with Paul Wells: Maclean’s Live

The new leader of the Green Party of Canada joins senior writer Paul Wells to discuss her plan for the future of the party

Paul takes questions from the media in Ottawa on Oct. 3, 2020 (CP/Adrian Wyld)

New Green leader Annamie Paul on who she is and what’s next for her party

The new Green leader talks to Maclean’s about what her party has to offer, her proudest moments and how to get good people into politics