Former Northumberland-Peterborough South MP Kim Rudd remembered as a person, professional, and politician

Kim Rudd

Former federal Liberal MP Kim Rudd died of ovarian cancer on March 12.

The show:

The full interview with bonus material:

The last interview I did with Kim Rudd:

On March 12, former Northumberland-Peterborough South Liberal MP Kim Rudd died. She was 66.

She represented the riding for four years, from 2015 to 2019. In addition to being a politician, she was an entrepreneur and an active volunteer in the community. She was a Rotarian, served on countless committees, and was involved in everything from sports to national and provincial associations.

On today’s show, we remember Kim Rudd.

To start, Cobourg Deputy Mayor Nicole Beatty and former federal Liberal candidate Alison Lester will share their recollections of Rudd as someone who influenced them. They will offer memories and stories that are personal, professional, and political.

Then, there is an interview from the archive. It is the last formal interview done with Kim Rudd after she announced her battle with cancer.

Originally aired: March 22, 2024

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