Vying to Lead Canada's Green Party

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Glen Murray has had a pretty good run in elective politics, from mayor of Winnipeg in 1998 to running for parliament in 2004, to Ontario cabinet minister in 2010, to a run for Ontario Liberal leader in 2013. He left Queen's Park three years ago, but recently announced that he's seeking the leadership of the Green Party of Canada, hoping to replace Elizabeth May. He talks to Steve Paikin about his aspirations.
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