November 29, 2012
Postmedia parliamentary bureau chief Mark Kennedy interviewed the "Right Honourable Club" of former prime ministers asking them about six broad themes. This is Ms. Campbell's interview.
November 18, 2012
Freelance journalist Dave Gordon interviews Ms. Campbell asking her who are trailblazers that she has looked up to, some of the work she is doing now, and her ideas about reaching gender parity in the Canadian legislature.
October 1, 2012
The eight-part CPAC documentary, Our Times, will begin on Sunday Oct 14th. (Check local listing for times.) The following episodes will feature comments from Frmr PM Campbell.
Oct 14: Episode 1: The Bubble
September 7, 2012
Right Honourable Kim Campbell was honored by her home-province with an award called the Order of British Columbia.
September 7, 2012
Ms. Campbell was honored along with others in BC's capital city of Victoria.
September 6, 2012
Twelve outstanding British Columbians were invested into the Order of British Columbia by Premier Christy Clark on September 6, 2012.
July 21, 2012
CBC Radio's The House featured some comments by Former Prime Minister Campbell on the relationship of the provinces to Ottawa. Ms. Campbell believes that there must be constructive and collaborative leadership at the top that works with the Premiers.
July 9, 2012
Frmr PM Campbell is in Mongolia to participate in the International Women's Forum, which is being convened under the auspices of the [Mongolian] Presidency of the Community of Democracies. Click on the title above to learn a bit more about the forum, but click HERE to learn more about the Community of Democracies.
June 27, 2012
Former Prime Minister Campbell recently returned to Ethiopia to help conclude a program that she had also helped to begin in 2009: the Women's Leadership for Peace and Security in the Horn of Africa.
June 8, 2012
Ms. Campbell visited with CBC Radio's Jian Ghomeshi about Redesigning America, how the world views the US now and what the US can do moving forward to change or maintain its image. Also on the panel were Senator Pamela Wallin and diplomacy expert Simon Anholt.
May 29, 2012
In this New York Times piece Luisita Lopez Torregrosa examines how Canada seems to have already dealt with (policy-wise) many of the issues that the United States seems to still be grappling over such as descrimination based on sex, gays in the military, abortion and same-sex marriage with help from Former Prime Minister Campbell and Council of Women World Leaders Secretary General Laura Liswood.
May 29, 2012
CJAD's Andrew Carter speaking with Ms. Campbell to learn more about what she's doing these days.
May 28, 2012
Luisita Lopez Torregrosa writes in the International Herald Tribune [the global edition of the New York Times] about how Canada is far ahead of the United States in terms of gay rights. She spoke to Ms. Campbell in researching the article.
May 25, 2012
Susan Delacourt offers "glimpses of working life under Her Majesty’s rule" from the point of view of an "array of former prime ministers and governors general", including Former Prime Minister Campbell.
May 19, 2012
CTV's report on the recent announcement about this year's Order of Canada recipients.
May 18, 2012
The Victoria Times Colonist reporting on the Order of Canada announcement.
May 18, 2012
The Vancouver Sun reporting that Former Prime Minister Campbell is to be awarded the Order of British Columbia, the province’s highest honor. Thirteen other recipients will also be honored along with her in the investiture ceremony in September.
May 14, 2012
Former Prime Minister Campbell is looking forward to helping the BC Civil Liberties Association celebrate their 50th Anniversary on June 2, 2012. Ms. Campbell will speak at a course offered by BCCLA earlier in the day, The Law Protecting Liberty: What You Need to Know, as well as the gala later that evening.
May 7, 2012
Kim Campbell is looking forward to visiting the Harvard Kennedy School and speaking at a "brown bag" [lunch-time] session and sharing some of what she is working on these days with organizations such as the World Movement for Democracy as well as the [Ukrainian] Foundation for Effective Governance. The session will be held at noon on May 9th.
May 4, 2012
Kim Campbell has been tapped to join a new honorary board created by the Climate Action Reserve. Ms. Campbell's fellow board members are Gray Davis, former governor of California; California State Senator Fran Pavley; Diane Wittenberg, former founding president of The Climate Registry and the California Climate Action Registry; and actor and environmental activist Ed Begley, Jr. Climate Action Reserve explains that the new board "will provide guidance on the organization’s future environmental pursuits and growth."
May 4, 2012
Toronto, Canada. Former Prime Minister Campbell was honored alongside her fellow living former prime ministers [Joe Clark, John Turner, Brian Mulroney, and Paul Martin] by the Public Policy Forum. (Also honored, but not able to attend was Jean Chretien.)
The event marked the 25th Annivesary of the organization and brought together over a thousand leaders from all sectors of Canadian society.
Visit the Public Policy Forum online to learn more about them and their work.
May 3, 2012
Kim Campbell, along with John Turner, Joe Clark, Paul Martin and Brian Mulroney will be honored on May 3 in Toronto at the Public Policy Forum's 25th Anniversary Testimonial Dinner. (Also being honored, but unable to attend is Jean Chretien.) Ms. Campbell looks forward to being honored alongside her colleagues and celebrating this milestone for the Public Policy Forum.
May 1, 2012
Once again this year, Ms. Campbell was pleased to participate as a member of the The Wall Street Journal’s Task Force for Women in the Economy. The task force itself is comprised of nearly 200 influential CEOs, luminaries and subject-matter experts, both men and women.
Their goal was to “create a business-based, data-driven action plan to address an important economic issue: making better use of female talent to promote economic growth and competitiveness in the U.S. and worldwide.”
April 4, 2012
CBC's George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight ventured West to do some shows from Vancouver, and although Ms. Campbell wasn't there at that time, she did tape a segment for them ahead of time. In the video below, she explains how B.C.'s largest city avoided being officially named after a guy called 'Gassy Jack'.
April 2, 2012
The photo exhibition, Double Take: Portraits of Intriguing Canadians, compiled by Library and Archives Canada from the National Portrait Gallery has just begun it's two-year national tour. It's first stop is Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown. The exhibit opened on Saturday, Apr 7 and runs until Sep 3. The exhibit features the famous portrait of Former Prime Minister Campbell taken by Barbara Woodley.
March 15, 2012
March 9, 2012
Frmr PM Campbell will be going into CKNW's studio for a return appearance on the Bill Good Radio Show, Thursday, March 15th at 9:30am PDT. If you can't catch the show live, then check out the podcast on their website afterward.
March 8, 2012
While attending the OECD's Mayors and Ministers Roundtable, Frmr PM Campbell commented to ABC7 about Chicago's recent loss of the G8 Summit since it has been rescheduled to be held at Camp David. Ms. Campbell recalled when Canada hosted the G8 and G20 and the incredible security costs associated with it etc.
March 7, 2012
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel will be hosting the OECD Roundtable of Mayors and Ministers March 8-9, 2012. Former Prime Minister Campbell will be featured in two sessions of the conference. The first will be in one of the Policy Dialogues: Financing urban sustainability in key sectors: Buildings. Then, the second will be at the luncheon on March 8th, International Women's Day.
February 29, 2012
It looks like Rob Cohen's documentary, The History of Canadian Humour: If it's not too much trouble, is set to be released sometime this year. It features an all-star cast of Canadian humorists and even features some comments from Former Prime Minister Campbell.
January 31, 2012
On May 3, 2012, Canada's Public Policy Forum will honor all living former prime ministers:
January 17, 2012
"Former Prime Ministers Kim Campbell, Jean Chretien, Joe Clark, Paul Martin, Brian Mulroney and John Turner have all agreed to serve as joint Honourary Commissioners of the body charged with organizing and encouraging events and celebrations in Kingston, and nationally, in the lead-up to and including 2015. The bicentennial of Sir John A’s birth will be marked on January 11, 2015, Sir John A. Macdonald Day, by an Act of Parliament."
January 10, 2012
Appleseed Entertainment's A Whisper to a Roar is now in post production and hopefully due out this year. The film focuses on the inspiring and dangerous work of democracy activists in five countries around the world – Egypt, Malaysia, Ukraine Venezuela, and Zimbabwe. The filmmakers garnered from Ms. Campbell her expert opinion as a former world leader who has been working in democracy promotion for many years.
2012The Right Honourable ClubInsights & Influence InterviewKyiv Post ArticleETN articleKyiv Post articleCPAC documentary Our TimesOrder of British ColumbiaOrder of British ColumbiaOrder of British ColumbiaCBC Radio's The HouseCampbell in MongoliaIntl Women's Forum - MongoliaWomen’s Leadership for Peace & Security - Horn of AfricaQ w/ Jian Ghomeshi - Redesigning AmericaFor Canada, US Debates are Old NewsCJAD - Where is Kim Campbell now?Where the United States Lags Far Behind CanadaWhen the Queen is Your BossOrder of British ColumbiaOrder of British ColumbiaOrder of British ColumbiaBCCLA 50th Anniversary GalaAppearance at Harvard Kennedy SchoolCelebrating PPF's 25th AnniversaryCampbell join's Climate Action Reserve's Honorary BoardFormer PM's to be HonoredWSJ Women in the EconomyHow Vancouver Got its NameIntriguing Canadians ExhibitCampbell on CKNWUpcoming Bill Good Show AppearanceCampbell Comments on Chicago's Loss of G8 SummitSpeaking in ChicagoThe History of Canadian HumourCampbell to be Honored by Public Policy ForumSir John A Macdonald's BicentennialA Whisper to a Roar