The Green Party of Canada is going to court to try to overturn a decision by an independent arbitrator to shut down a non-confidence vote on Annamie Paul’s future as leader.
In documents submitted Wednesday to the Ontario Superior Court obtained by CTV News, it states that Paul submitted a Notice of Request to Arbitrate on July 7, which included “an order to quash a non-confidence vote on her leadershipThe Olympics are set to open in just under three months, entailin,” scheduled to take place on July 20are permitted on private property with a limit of eight people from different households or members of two different households. People need to stay two metres apart..
The arbitrator ordered on July 15 that a non-confidence motion would not proceed before the party’s general meeting in August and that the party must post this update to its website.
At an afternoon news conference on Sunday, Paul confirmed the vote was cancelled:1619173444859,, and that no similar motions would be proposed by the current federal council, but didn’t indicate it was due to legal wrangling.