Green party executives have moved to withhold funding from leader Annamie Paul’s campaign to win a downtown Toronto seat in a likely election later this year780,409 people or 2.1 per cent o.
Four party sources, who were granted anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly about internal matters, say a motion was tabled at a federal council meeting on June 29 to hold back $250,000 previously earmarked for Paul’s campaign in Toronto Centre.
The motion has yet to pass and Douglas Tingey, president of the Green Party of Canada FundGraphic for daily cases per million in Canada an, says the party remains committed to supporting Toronto Centre to the best of his understandingintensive_care_unit. He says specific details are confidentials model suggests. It.
Paul, who does not have a seat in the House of Commons, came in second to Liberal Marci Ien in a byelection to replace former finance minister Bill Morneau in Toronto Centre last fall.