There's never a dull day in Canadian politics. Now the leadership race for one political party is causing quite a stir. The next Green Party leader could be a former Liberal MP if the party gets its way. But we'll have to wait and see.\nThe Green Party's interim leader Jo-Ann Roberts has revealed to the CBC that she's considering former Liberal and now Independent MP Jody Wilson-Raybould for the position of leader.\n"I'd like to have a conversation with her [to] see what her vision is, what does she see going forward," Roberts told the CBC.\nEven though there hasn't been an actual conversation between Roberts and Wilson-Raybould yet, the party is still hoping that Wilson-Raybould will consider the position.\nRoberts also said it's possible that Wilson-Raybould would be willing to replace Elizabeth May as leader.\nThank you Vancouver Granville for re-electing me as your Member of Parliament. It has been and will continue to be a great honour to serve you. Huge shout out to each and every person on #TeamJody for your time and dedication. We did this together. 💛🙏🏽 #VanGran pic.twitter.com/477B9FhRAJ— Jody Wilson-Raybould 王州迪 Vancouver Granville (@Puglaas) October 22, 2019\nMay and Wilson-Raybould have been supporters of each other for a long time.\nWhen May announced she would be stepping down as Green Party leader, Wilson-Raybould called her a "dear friend" in a tweet and said, "I know your passion, determination and thoughtful advocacy on the environment, true reconciliation [with Indigenous peoples] and [democratic] reform will be ever-present."\nAnd May has, in turn, showed her love for Wilson-Raybould even though it caused some controversy.\nIn September, May went to a rally for Wilson-Raybould in Vancouver and spoke at a podium that had a sign that read "re-election Jody Wilson-Raybould."\nWilson-Raybould and a Green Party candidate were running in the Vancouver Granville riding during the election and May's appearance led to some questioning about her support of her own candidate.\nBack in May, The Canadian Press reported that May even offered to step down from her position as leader if Wilson-Raybould wanted it.\nShe declined.\n"Elizabeth asked her once before, and I think because they'll be working together quite closely in the House, I'd be very surprised if Elizabeth is not doing the recruiting," said Roberts.\nTrees on Vancouver Island are evergreen. (ever-Green!) pic.twitter.com/s3xe1FbopQ— Elizabeth May (@ElizabethMay) October 18, 2019\nAt the end of October, May revealed that she wouldn't stay on as Green Party leader for the next four years but it was unclear how long she would remain in her position.\nA little more than a week later, May announced that she would be stepping down as leader but remain as an MP for her riding of Saanich—Gulf Islands.\nNow the hunt for a new leader is on.\nRoberts has already reached out to other potential candidates but she hasn't said publically who those people are.\nThe Green Party's leadership convention is on October 4, 2020 in Charlottetown.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.