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| August 22, 2016

Elizabeth May will stay on as Green Party leader

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Elizabeth May announced she will stay on as Green Party leader on Monday at a press conference on Pariliament Hill.

"After much reflection and consideration, I am honoured to continue to serve as leader of the Green Party of Canada," said May in a statement before the press conference.

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Proportional representation not a cure-all for underrepresentation of women in Parliament

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Something amazing happened during the July 7 meeting of the Special Committee on Electoral Reform: the committee briefly waded into a discussion about how to address the underrepresentation of women and visible minorities in the House of Commons.

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