In the wake of several high-profile resignations from its leadership committee, the federal Green Party is looking at curtailing some aspects of its leadership race.
According to multiple Green Party sources, party officials are discussing how they can run a leadership contest now that four members of the committee have resigned.
The sources, who are not authorized to speak publicly, tell CBC News the party may hold fewer formal leadership events and is considering condensing two rounds of voting into one.
The party was expected to announce the leadership finalists following the first round of voting on Oct. 14 and then introduce its new leader on Nov. 19.
The Green Party federal council, the party’s governing body,
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