The Green Party and its associated fund are taking their battle with party leader Annamie Paul to court — ending a tentative truce between Paul and party executives just as a federal election call is expected within weeks.
Court documents show that Paul took action to stop the party from holding a confidence vote on her leadership and reviewing her party membership.
The court documents say the dispute ended up in the hands of an arbitrator, who decided to quash the non-confidence vote scheduled for July 20 and call off the membership review.
In their court filing, the Green Party of Canada Fund and
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