July 7, 1993
Prime Minister Kim Campbell comes onto the international stage as she attends the G7 conference in Tokyo, Japan less than two weeks after she is sworn in as Canada's first female prime minister.
June 26, 1993
Kim Campbell is sworn in on June 25, 1993 becoming Canada's first female prime minister.
June 25, 1993
Photo: Tom Hanson - Canadian Press
April 4, 1993
Article in the UK's the Independent describing Ms. Campbell's campaign for the leadership of her party in the spring of 1993.
March 2, 1993
The Los Angeles Times reported that "In a country crying out for fresh faces and new political ideas, Campbell appears to hold much the same appeal that Bill Clinton did in America last year--or better yet, to hold the same appeal of a Bill and a Hillary Rodham Clinton rolled into one." The article cited Defense Minister Kim Campbell as being is the leading contender to win the Progressive Conservative Party's top spot in order to become the first woman to head a national government in North American history.
BC Woman to Woman Magazine
February 1, 1993
British Columbia Woman to Woman magazine featured Kim Campbell on the cover.
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