Green Party upset about being left out of June 3 leaders debate

Ontario Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner officially launches his party's election campaign on...

Ontario Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner officially launches his party's election campaign on Wednesday. (ANTONELLA ARTUSO/Toronto Sun)

Terry Davidson, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 8:16 PM ET

Ontario’s Green Party is crying foul after being left out of yet another televised debate.

Mike Schreiner, leader of the provincial wing of the oft-overlooked political party known for its pro-environment and at-times controversial policies, was left off the invite list of a June 3 televised leaders’ debate in Toronto that will feature the upcoming election’s main contenders in Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne, Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak and NDP boss Andrea Horwath.

The Green Party, which has never an member to Queen’s Park, released its election platform Tuesday, which included merging Ontario’s Catholic and public school boards, providing homeowners grants for retrofitting their homes for energy efficiency, and protecting farmland and water sources.


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