Reflection | Gordon Campbell: An excellent choice of Canada’s Ambassador to the Ismaili Imamat

Premier Gordon Campbell hosted His Highness the Aga Khan for a meeting and luncheon with community, education and business leaders during the Aga Khan`s visit to British Columbia as part of his Golden Jubilee celebration.
Premier Gordon Campbell hosted His Highness the Aga Khan for a meeting and luncheon with community, education and business leaders during the Aga Khan`s visit to British Columbia as part of his Golden Jubilee celebration.

“For decades now you have partnered with Canadians to build a new infrastructure of hope that’s based on education and pluralism, on health, on creating for individuals the sense of themselves, the promise that they have and the possibility that exists in the world in which they live.”

– Premier Gordon Campbel
praising His Highness the Aga Khan’s philanthropic work through his Aga Khan Development Network, which works in 29 countries.

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B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell walks with the Aga Khan in Vancouver - Golden Jubilee - 2008
B.C. Premier Gordon B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell walks with the Aga Khan in Vancouver – Golden Jubilee – 2008
Premier Gordon Campbell, left, escorts the Aga Khan into the Pan Pacific Hotel, Vancouver - Golden Jubilee - 2008
Premier Gordon Campbell, left, escorts the Aga Khan into the Pan Pacific Hotel, Vancouver – Golden Jubilee – 2008
Thousands of people stepped up – including B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell and Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson – to take part in the 25th annual World Partnership Walk at Stanley Park on Sunday. More than $2 million was raised through the fundraising event, with proceeds going to the Aga Khan Foundation to finance development programs in villages across Asia and Africa. (CARMINE MARINELLi, 24 HOURS) 2009
Thousands of people stepped up – including B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell and Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson – to take part in the 25th annual World Partnership Walk at Stanley Park on Sunday. More than $2 million was raised through the fundraising event, with proceeds going to the Aga Khan Foundation to finance development programs in villages across Asia and Africa. (CARMINE MARINELLi, 24 HOURS) 2009
B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell (left) warms up with the crowd on Sunday, before the beginning of the 25th annual World Partnership Walk in Stanley Park. Photograph by Ward Perrin, Vancouver Sun 2009
B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell (left) warms up with the crowd on Sunday, before the beginning of the 25th annual World Partnership Walk in Stanley Park. Photograph by Ward Perrin, Vancouver Sun 2009

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