Elizabeth May

Green Party leadership candidate Elizabeth May speaks during a press conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Elizabeth May elected Green leader again, to share burden with Jonathan Pedneault

Two plan to present party as must trustworthy on environmental issues

 

Local MP Elizabeth May is once running for the leadership of the federal Greens on a platform proposing to share leadership with Jonathan Pedneault. (Courtesy of Green Party of Canada)

Local MP Elizabeth May takes team approach to leadership bid for federal Greens

Saanich Gulf Islands MP plans to lead the Greens again with Jonathan Pedneault as co-leader

 

Federal Green Party MP Elizabeth May at the Green Party Headquarters in Saanich, B.C. on Sept. 20, 2021 when Canadians elected the current House of Commons with incumbent Prime Minister Justin Trudeau having won a minority government. (Black Press Media file photo)

Saanich-Gulf Islands MP Elizabeth May says she plans to run again

While Canada has a fixed election date law, nothing prevents PM from calling early election

 

Saanich–Gulf Islands MP Elizabeth May is repeating calls for the federal government to seize a North Saanich property linked to a Russian oligarch. The estate, located at the end of Towner Road, previously hosted Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld)

Saanich–Gulf Islands MP calls for seizure of property used by Harry and Meghan

Elizabeth May says Russian oligarch still benefitting from North Saanich estate

Saanich–Gulf Islands MP Elizabeth May is repeating calls for the federal government to seize a North Saanich property linked to a Russian oligarch. The estate, located at the end of Towner Road, previously hosted Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld)
Elizabeth May, right, Green candidate for Saanich-Gulf Islands, watches federal election results roll in during a gathering in Victoria, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Dirk Meissner

Elizabeth May would not rule out serving as interim leader to steady troubled Greens

Annamie Paul resigned after a less than ideal election result for the Greens

Elizabeth May, right, Green candidate for Saanich-Gulf Islands, watches federal election results roll in during a gathering in Victoria, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Dirk Meissner
Former federal Green Party leader and local MP Elizabeth May says Canada should prepare to assist third-country refugees from the United States. (Black Press Media File)                                Former federal Green Party leader and local MP Elizabeth May says Canada should keep its borders with the United States closed for non-essential travel. (Black Press Media File).

Elizabeth May says opening border with U.S. would pose health risk to Canadians

Green Party MP wants Canada to assist refugees from the United States

Former federal Green Party leader and local MP Elizabeth May says Canada should prepare to assist third-country refugees from the United States. (Black Press Media File)                                Former federal Green Party leader and local MP Elizabeth May says Canada should keep its borders with the United States closed for non-essential travel. (Black Press Media File).
Panellists Elizabeth May, Larisa Hutcheson, Megan Humchitt, Vicki Husband and Ines Khouider speak at the St. Margaret’s School for International Women’s Day on March 8. (Sarah Schuchard/News Staff)

Elizabeth May talks about women and climate activism at St. Margaret’s School

On International Women’s Day the school hosted five panelists to talk about women’s role in land preservation

Panellists Elizabeth May, Larisa Hutcheson, Megan Humchitt, Vicki Husband and Ines Khouider speak at the St. Margaret’s School for International Women’s Day on March 8. (Sarah Schuchard/News Staff)
Elizabeth May, here at her victory party Monday night, said she would likely run again in 2023 to be the MP for Saanich Gulf-Islands, but left open the possibility that she might step from the party’s leadership (Arnold Lim/News Staff)

Saanich Gulf-Islands’s Elizabeth May coy about leadership plans

The federal Green party leader talks possibility of running as MP without being leader

Elizabeth May, here at her victory party Monday night, said she would likely run again in 2023 to be the MP for Saanich Gulf-Islands, but left open the possibility that she might step from the party’s leadership (Arnold Lim/News Staff)