Canadian climate concern could carry Greens to breakthrough election

FILE PHOTO: Green Party leader Elizabeth May arrives for a debate hosted by Macleans news magazine, which will not be attended by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada September 12, 2019. REUTERS/Chris Helgren/File Photo

(Reuters) – With climate change a top concern heading into next month’s Canadian election and mainstream candidates offering little inspiration, Green Party leader Elizabeth May could be poised for a breakthrough. The Greens have toiled in obscurity for almost 30 years, but polls suggest the environmentalist party could emerge from the Oct. 21 election holding […]

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