Kim Campbell

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Kim Campbell

Kim Campbell became Canada’s first female Prime Minister during the period of June to October 1993.

  • 1993, Kim Campbell became Minister of National Defence.
  • 1990 Became Canada's first female Justice Minister.
  • 1988 Won a seat in Parliament during the 1988 election.
  • 1989 she held a junior Cabinet post as Minister of State for Indian and Northern Affairs.
  • 1980 she was elected to the Vancouver School Board and served for four years.


Kim Campbell's Background

Kim Campbell was born Avril Phaedra Campbell in March 1947 in Port Alberni, British Columbia, but soon after moved to Vancouver with her father and mother and older sister Alix. Her mother left the family when she was 12, and that was when Campbell renamed herself Kim. She was the first female student president of Prince of Wales Secondary School in Vancouver.



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