Green Party

Libertarian Presidential Nominee Gary Johnson Speaks At Purdue University

How third-party candidates could decide U.S. election

Allen Abel on the candidates hoping to find a sweet spot with an unhappy electorate. They won’t win, but could steal enough votes to be dangerous.
Elizabeth May

Will Elizabeth May walk?

After a divisive convention, the Green Party leader may be headed in the direction of another political party
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Elizabeth May’s split with the Greens

The leader and her party don’t see eye-to-eye on the BDS movement. Maybe it’s time for them to go their separate ways.
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Here’s what happened at the Green convention

From electoral reform to the conflict in Israel—points of interest from the Green Party’s biennial convention
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Pollster offers Green Party five election takeaways

Some blue-sky thinking for the Greens from EKOS CEO Frank Graves
Elizabeth May

For the record: What Elizabeth May said on Saturday in Ottawa

Elizabeth May on climate, voting, TPP: ’We need to step up as Canadians’
Elizabeth May

It’s time for Elizabeth May to go

Scott Gilmore explains why the Green party needs a new leader
Elizabeth May

Party of one: Elizabeth May wins, but Greens lose to strategic voting

Despite Elizabeth May’s eternal optimism, the Greens landed on the wrong side of the strategic voting equation. Now what?
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The Greens see red in B.C.

A Green candidate steps down, and why? To put his support behind the Liberal. He’s not alone.

Elizabeth May: The Chatelaine Interview

The Green leader on funding women’s groups, combatting toxic chemicals and moving child care into the workplace.