Is BC’s new premier a critical tipping point?

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That’s the question that Nancy Peckford, Equal Voice executive director and Informed Opinions grad, asked in a lively piece published on the Globe and Mail‘s online commentary hub the day before International Women’s Day.

When Christy Clark was elected leader of BC’s governing party recently, that brought to three the number of Canadian provinces and territories led by women. The news media’s insatiable appetite for new trends kept Peckford busy and inspired her to answer the question more fulsomely in an op ed.

The piece also served to promote Equal Voice’s “Changing the Game” conference that featured a great line up of inspirational women and wrapped up in Ottawa today.

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