The former prime minister said the pandemic is an opportunity to get involved.
It’s a “good thing” Canada’s top court is above politics, says former prime minister Kim Campbell.
"It was intended as sarcasm-not a serious wish of harm," she said.
The former PM weighs in days after a U.S. congresswoman pledged to help impeach POTUS.
Women need to support, inspire and empower each other, not attack and question something as trivial as what type of dress, blouse or top we wear.
"In case you forget what pathological lying looks like!"
Harjit Sajjan is technically a lieutenant-colonel in the Canadian Armed Forces reserves.
"A strong and dominant national feeling is not a luxury in Canada, it is a necessity."
"Today's BC Liberals" may have taken a little inspiration during last year's election campaign from former Canadian prime minister Kim Campbell when she bluntly stated in 1993 that "an election is no time to discuss serious issues." It's why British Columbians could be forgiven for thinking that they missed something during the campaign after seeing some of the legislation introduced during the current legislative session.
It's at times like these we really wish Kim Campbell had been prime minister for longer than three months. Surrounded by