In the absence of a new leader, a real change for the Montreal party led by Melanie Jolie, who is active in the Montreal political scene, has ceased its activities.
Her temporary employer Justin McIntyre shared the news on her Facebook page on Tuesday morning.
OmTo me McIntyre announced last November that it would not run for mayor in the November 2021 election and that the party was looking for a new leader.
“Although many potential candidates have shown considerable interest, this interest has not materialized in the applications that are in the time frame,” she explained in a statement posted on social networks.
“Campaigning for mayor is no small task! I understand that it can shrink excellent candidates at normal times; In the special circumstances in which we live, more than that. ”
True Change for Montreal was founded in 2013 to support Melanie Jolie’s candidacy for mayor. OmTo me Joni finished second behind Denise Coderre. The party has fielded eight candidates for the post.
Melanie Jolie left the party and ran for the federal election later. She is now Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages in Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Government.
In the 2017 election, Wray Change did not submit a candidate for Montreal mayor and failed to select any candidate for other positions.