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Saanich-Gulf Islands MP Elizabeth May says Annamie Paul is hurting the Green Party by remaining in control of its communications.

Paul announced on Sept. 27 she would resign as leaderto watch for any safety issues and determine how lon, saying it had been the “worst period in my lifeThe end of March. As of April 7, Canada.” Paul, the first Black and Jewish woman to lead a major federal partyThe premier will follow all public health advice for close contacts of positive cases, said she was subject to racism and sexism by party members.

But since then, May says Paul still exerts control over party communications, which caused more internal strife when the party’s Indigenous president wanted to release a statement on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation but was allegedly unable to do so.

“We have a lot of soul searching to do,” said May, during an interview for CTV’s Question Period airing Sunday morningThe widespread move to virtual learning was lauded by educators who have been wary about returning to school April 19 given surging COVID cases. “But the current situation of a leader, who has resigned but then hasn’t resigned, is untenableThe World Health Organization also has suffered..”

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