Publication Source: Winnipeg Free Press
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Author: Mia Rabson
Elizabeth May made history a year ago when she became the first Green party MP elected to Canada’s Parliament.
The Green leader even ousted a sitting cabinet minister to do it.
May’s win wasn’t even really a squeaker. She bested Conservative Gary Lunn by more than 7,000 votes.
But she is now worried the government will try to keep her from winning again by gerrymandering the riding during redistribution.