Thirty years ago on June 25, Kim Campbell became Canada’s first, and still only, woman prime minister
'Campbell’s story is proof that you don’t have to win every election in order to change a country,' says former B.C. premier Christy Clark.
Kim Campbell, pictured in Ottawa in 2009. 'When she was asked if she was proud to be Canada’s first female prime minister she replied, 'I’d be prouder still to say that I was Canada’s 10th woman prime minister,' says Lisa MacCormack Raitt. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright