The motion has yet to pass and Douglas Tingey, president of the Green Party of Canada Fund, says the party stays committed to supporting Toronto Centre to the perfect of his understanding. He says specific details are confidential.
Paul, who doesn’t have a seat within the House of Commons, got here in second to Liberal Marci Ien in a by-election to exchange former finance minister Bill Morneau in Toronto Centre last fall.
Passing the motion would mean fewer dollars to place toward promoting, research and staff resources.
The move to halt money flow follows layoffs last week of about half of the Greens’ employees amid party infighting and divides that bubbled into public view when Recent Brunswick MP Jenica Atwin defected to the Liberals last month.
The party, its president and interim executive director didn’t respond immediately to requests for comment.