Elizabeth May is the leader of the federal Green Party and the first Green MP that Canada has ever had. May has been the leader of the Green Party since 2006.
Elizabeth May is a long-time environmental advocate, both in grass-roots movements as well as in some of her professional roles. She holds a law degree from Dalhousie Law School and has three honorary doctorates as well from Mount Saint Vincent, Mount Allison, and the University of New Brunswick. She is the author of seven books, an Officer of the Order of Canada, and the past Executive Director of the Sierra Club. She is a mother and a grandmother, and presently lives in Sidney, British Columbia, where she represents the riding of Saanich-Gulf Islands.
For more details on Elizabeth May, please visit her full bio on the Green Party of Canada's website.