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New federal Green member looks to learn from May, not replace her
A new member of parliament from New Brunswick who once stated her desire to become prime minister, says she's not gunning for the leadership of her party — at least not yet. Jenica Atwin pulled out a historic win Monday, capturing the riding of Fredericton and becoming the first Green MP east of British Columbia. On Tuesday she said she is looking forward to assuming her new job and learning from Green Leader Elizabeth May.
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10/22/2019 4:30:00 PM