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Green Party of PEI looks for new leader as Sharon Labchuk resigns


Sharon Labchuck, leader of the Green Party of Prince Edward Island, in Canada, has resigned the leadership after leading the provincial political party for seven years.

Reports indicate there are several people interested in running for the leadership including Peter Bevan-Baker. Labchuk established the party as the province’s third party in two elections, beating out the long-lived NDP.

Sharon Labchuk announced Thursday she was stepping down as leader after a seven-year run. Bevan-Baker told CBC News he’s looking at the leadership, but hasn’t made a decision yet.”

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Peter V. Tretter

I'm the President & CEO of the Barrie Green Party which is a local riding association for the Green Party of Canad and the Green Party of Ontario in the riding (or district) of Barrie.

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