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Annamie Paul

She narrowly lost to Marci Ien in a recent Toronto Centre byelection.
The program is largely meant to help developing nations access vaccines.
Annamie Paul, Chrystia Freeland and Leslyn Lewis each made history in their own way.
The results were surprisingly close in ridings considered Liberal strongholds.
The new Green Party leader says it felt like the “right place at the right time” to get into politics.
Two federal byelections are scheduled in Toronto for Oct. 26.
Elizabeth May noted Greens didn’t run a candidate against Jagmeet Singh when he was first trying to win a federal seat.
A tight race with candidate Dimitri Lascaris was decided in the eighth round.
We sent each of the candidates this 23-question questionnaire.
The TVO-hosted event featured 10 candidates seeking to replace Elizabeth May.
About Annamie Paul
Annamie Paul is the leader of the Green Party of Canada. The Toronto lawyer and human rights activist made history in October 2020 when she became the first Black person and first Jewish woman to lead a major federal party in Canada.