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Judi Tyabji

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Former MLA Judi Tyabji, CEO of Tugboat Enterprises, returns to the program to talk to Joseph Planta about the current provincial election and referendum campaign; discussed include: the sense of disengagement amongst the electorate, the Liberals candidates problems, the NDP’s campaign, and STV, which she is not supporting.


Text of introduction by Joseph Planta:

I am Planta: On the Line. This is THECOMMENTARY.CA.

My next guest is in a unique position to talk about provincial politics, especially in the midst of this current election and referendum campaign. She was elected to the legislature in 1991 as a BC Liberal, one of the youngest MLA’s ever. In 1996, she sought re-election for the Progressive Democratic Alliance. And in 2000, her husband Gordon Wilson had run to seek the leadership of the NDP. She’s hosted a current affairs program on television. And she’s been on before to talk federal politics, and now it’ll be good to see what she thinks of the current goings on provincially. She is the CEO of Tugboat Enterprises. Please welcome back to the Planta: On the Line program, Judi Tyabji; Good morning, Ms. Tyabji.


Weblinks:

Tugboat Enterprises: http://www.tugboatenterprises.com

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