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(TIMELINE) The Chronicles of Elizabeth May

Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party has been an environmental activist for over 35 years. Her credits include the Sierre Club, Public Interest Advocacy Centre, the Ministry of the Environment, and of course, the Green Party. She made history as the first Green MP to be elected to the House of Commons in 2011. May has received high praise for her work ethic, bipartisan nature, and oratory skills. However, this hasn’t stopped May from saying a few controversial, if not outright silly things throughout her career. The True North Times has put together an interactive timeline that chronicles the political history of Elizabeth May, current leader of the Green Party. It is the final federal leader timeline in our 5-day series. Sit back and enjoy our interactive timeline. You may learn a thing or two. We sure did.



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