Canadians are tired of status-quo politicians and the policies they offer, according to the Green Party of Canada’s deputy leader.
Facing the “twin crisis” of inflation and climate change, Canadians are looking for an alternative in Ottawa — a role the Green Party could play, Jonathan Pedneault told CTV Atlantic’s Todd Battis during an interview Monday evening.
“We are a party that realizes that the environment is, at the core, is at the centre of everything,” said Pedneault. “You can’t have a solid economy with a planet that is hurting.”
Following a recent leadership contest, the Green Party of Canada re-elected Elizabeth May as leader after three years away from the job. She ran with Pedneault, and the two plan to share the top spot, but it will take a change of the party’s constitution for co-leadership to be official.
“We want to…