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Titre Ujjal Dosanjh : B.C.'s Indian-Born Premier. April 2000 [videorecording] / Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Éditeur Toronto : Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2000
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Collection News in Review
Sujet français Dosanjh, Ujjal
Sujet anglais New Democratic Party of British Columbia
Sikhs -- Canada -- History
Prime ministers -- British Columbia
Social sciences
Political science
Canada -- Race relations
Punjab (India) -- History -- Autonomy and independence movements
Sujet français British Columbia -- Politics and government -- 1991-2001
Sujet anglais British Columbia -- History
Canada -- History
Collaboration Dosanjh, Ujjal subject
Nash, Knowlton host
Kalina, Jon 1948- journalist
Yaccato, Bruce journalist
Murphy, Rex journalist
Milewski, Terry journalist
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Description 1 streaming video (15 min 09 sec)
Durée 001509
Note From the Curio.ca channel: News in Review 1999-2001.
Available for the subscribers of Bibliothèques de Montréal [QMBM]
Distribution Subject: Dosanjh, Ujjal ; Host: Nash, Knowlton ; Journalist: Kalina, Jon, 1948- ; Journalist: Yaccato, Bruce ; Journalist: Murphy, Rex ; Journalist: Milewski, Terry.
Résumé In an attempt to hang onto power and to stage a comeback in the court of public opinion after the resignation of Glen Clark, the beleaguered NDP government of British Columbia picks Ujjal Dosanjh as party leader and premier. The former attorney general of the province was selected following a process that itself was not without controversy. As a Canadian 'pioneer', Dosanjh becomes the first Indian-born head of government in Canada. A role model as well, the new premier has traveled far to a nation that early in the 1900s restricted Indian immigration by an order-in-council. Ironically, Dosanjh, no stranger to controversy and personal struggle, is the grandson of a revolutionary who was jailed by the British during India's fight for independence.
Note Mode of access : Web
Langue In English.
Note Source of description from Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Type doc. Internet resource
Note Episode Title : Ujjal Dosanjh: B.C.'s Indian-Born Premier
   
   
   
 
 
   
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