The Green Party is so mad that leader Elizabeth May has been excluded from the Munk Debates that they've complained to Canada Revenue.
May was part of the Maclean's debate, but she mostly served as a combination court jester and Trudeau's tag team partner.
She was excluded from the Globe's debate and frankly, it made for a better program.
The next debate will be hosted by the Munk Centre and sponsored in part by the Aurea Foundation.
They've chosen not to include May, too -- so the Green Party has filed a CRA complaint charging that Aurea is violating its charitable status.
How? Because by excluding May, they no longer qualify as "non-partisan."
The media has been all over this story -- but where were they when "green" charities like the Suzuki Foundation were campaigning against Harper?
David Suzuki's partisan political Foundation is breaking charity laws.
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