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Kathleen Wynne

Canada Out of the Closet

If you follow politics in Canada, Kathleen Wynne is likely a familiar name to you. She has served as a MPP in the Ontario Legislature since 2003, and was the Premier of Ontario from 2013-2018. In that post, she was not only the first female holder of that title, but was also the first openly gay Premier in Canada. Today, she joins Travis & John to talk about her own coming out story, how it impacted her young family, and being out and proud in the public eye. 


3 Nov 2021

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Episode 53 - 1-on-1 with Former Premier Kathleen Wynne

The Wyatt Sharpe Show

 1-on-1 with Former Premier Kathleen Wynne. She sits down with me to discuss her career in politics. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wyattsharpeshow/message


12 Oct 2021

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Kathleen Wynne, Former Premier of Ontario, MPP, and OELC Alumni (Season 2, Episode 7)

OELC CASO: Shoulders of Giants

This episode features Nathan's interview with Kathleen Wynne, who attended OELC as a leader in 1969.  She shares her perspective on her time at OELC, its impact on her career and the challenges OELC is facing in 2021.Kathleen Wynne was first elected to the Ontario legislature in 2003 as the MPP for Don Valley West. She was Ontario’s 25th Premier and leader of the Ontario Liberal Party January, 2013 to June 2018.Kathleen has dedicated her professional life to building a better province for the people of Ontario. She is guided by the values and principles that knit this province together: fairness, diversity, collaboration and creativity.https://kathleenwynne.onmpp.ca/http://www.oelccaso.com@Kathleen_Wynne (Twitter)http://oelccaso.buzzsprout.com


7 Oct 2021

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#IWD 2021: In-conversation with Caroline Cochrane and Kathleen Wynne

No Second Chances

Listen to a conversation from International Women’s Day 2021 featuring Caroline Cochrane, Premier of the Northwest Territories and Canada’s only current sitting female premier, and Kathleen Wynne, former Premier of Ontario, on female leadership and the future of women in politics.

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15 Mar 2021

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Ep. 85 - Kathleen Wynne Says Goodbye

#onpoli, a TVO podcast

As the government looks to tighten health restrictions in more parts of the province, will businesses start to push back? Then, Ontario's former premier, Kathleen Wynne, joins the podcast to discuss her political career - and why she decided it was time to step away.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


27 Oct 2020

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Dr. Charles Zelden on Older Voters & An Exit Interview with Kathleen Wynne

Zoomer Week in Review

Zoomers are a demographic that is key to success at the polls in America - as well as other countries including ours.  Even though younger generations have surpassed baby boomers in sheer numbers, an overwhelming proportion of the older generation votes. In 2016, they were regarded as the most pro-Trump demographic and they were instrumental to his victory. Where do they stand now? Libby Znaimer checked in with in Dr. Charles Zelden, a political science expert from Nova Southeastern University in Florida.ANDShe was Ontario's first female and openly gay premier. Kathleen Wynne led the Liberal party to regain a majority in 2014 only to suffer a crushing defeat in 2018. Libby talked with Kathleen Wynne about her career after she announced she won't be running again in 2022.


25 Oct 2020

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Season 5, Episode 3: With special guest Kathleen Wynne

The QP Briefing Podcast

"People say to me, 'You must be really glad you're not in the premier's chair now.' And that's not true, actually, because I have strong opinions about how my team would have done things differently."MPP and former premier Kathleen Wynne joins the QP Briefing podcast to reflect on her political career.Email jscross@torstar.ca with any questions, concerns or praise.Music: "Private Eye" by Kevin McLeodFrom the Free Music ArchiveCC BY


22 Oct 2020

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Virtual Event: If I Had A Billion Dollars, Panel: Kathleen Wynne, Tina Lee, Ken Boessenkool, and Dawn Desjardins

Canadian Club of Toronto

Reversing the Shecession and Rebuilding the Canadian Economy


15 Sep 2020

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Former Premier Kathleen Wynne: her story, her politics, and her legacy.

The Herle Burly

She was the first woman premier of Ontario. She was the first openly gay head of state for a government in North America. She was my boss. She was a great leader and she is an even better person.Before her premiership ended in June of 2018 with a historic defeat, her government made education a priority, implemented universal pharmacare coverage for children, took action to fight climate change through a multi-jurisdictional cap-and-trade market, raised wages for the lowest paid workers, and ultimately led the country to expand retirement security for all Canadians.It was the pleasure of my life to work with her. Please join us to hear her story, her politics, and her legacy.Watch conversations from The Herle Burly on YouTube.The Herle Burly was created by Air Quotes Media with support from our presenting sponsor TELUS, as well as OREA and Queen's Park Today.Thank you for joining us on The Herle Burly podcast. Please take a moment to give us a rating and review on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts or your favourite podcast app.

1hr 38mins

5 Mar 2020

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Kathleen Wynne on her Personal Faith and tenure as Ontario Premier

Culture At A Crossroads

Kathleen Wynne was Premier of Ontario from 2013-2018. The Don Valley West MPP was at one time a popular provincial leader, but prior to the most recent election her ratings hit an all-time low, and it led to what she predicted days before the election to be a loss to the Conservatives. Wynne was the first openly gay Premier in Canada, and the first female Premier in Ontario. She will talk all about what it was like to blaze a trail for women and the LGBTQ community. And, she will share all about her upbringing in the United Church...Read the whole entry...>>


27 Feb 2020