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    Annamie Paul’s byelection defeat marks a crossroads for Green Earn collectively

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    Oct 29, 2020 ,
    Annamie Paul’s byelection defeat marks a crossroads for Green Earn collectively

    Without fresh policy and tips to encourage enhance, the route to suppose for the Greens appears to be limited, writes Paris Marx.

    Newly elected Green Earn collectively Chief Annamie Paul takes questions from the media in Ottawa on Oct. 3. Paul lost her Toronto Centre byelection say on Oct. 26 for a seat within the Condominium of Commons. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

    This column is an opinion by Paris Marx, a socialist creator and host of the Tech Couldn’t Save Us podcast. Marx is a past member of the NDP and Green parties, but no longer currently affiliated with a political celebration or group. For additional files about CBC’s Notion part, please peek the FAQ.

    On Oct. 26, voters in Toronto Centre sent a Liberal MP encourage to Ottawa in put of the Green Earn collectively’s fresh leader Annamie Paul. The byelection comes at a crossroads for the Greens.

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