Liberals celebrate 25th anniversary of Chrétien’s 1993 win at former PM’s book launch, and later at a party
By Emily HawsOct. 29, 2018
The book, My Stories, My Times, was mostly written by hand, former PM Jean Chrétien told the crowd at his book launch event Oct. 25.
Former Liberal prime minister Jean Chrétien addresses the 300-plus crowd at his book launch event at the Château Laurier on Oct. 25, which also helped mark the 25th anniversary of his 1993 election win, which saw him become prime minister. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Instead of listening to the “nonsense” of United States President Donald Trump, former Liberal prime minister Jean Chrétien decided to write his own stories, which eventually became his new book, My Stories, My Times.
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