It’s been ninety years since women in Canada won the right to stand for election to Parliament. Kim Campbell was Canada’s first female prime minister. Did being a woman in the top job make a difference? In a podcast with associate editor Nelle Oosterom, Campbell reflects back on her own experience as a woman in Canadian politics.
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