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Campagnolo honoured on Comox Valley Walk of Achievement

IONA CAMPAGNOLO TAKES a moment with her great-grandchildren Carmen (left) and Logan Kvisle as her Comox Valley Walk of Achievement plaque is unveiled outside Hot Chocolates on Friday. Campagnolo has had a long career as a Canadian politician, as well as a career as a broadcaster and activist. She was B.C.
IONA CAMPAGNOLO TAKES a moment with her great-grandchildren Carmen (left) and Logan Kvisle as her Comox Valley Walk of Achievement plaque is unveiled outside Hot Chocolates on Friday. Campagnolo has had a long career as a Canadian politician, as well as a career as a broadcaster and activist. She was B.C.'s 27th Lieutenant-Governor and was the first woman to hold that position. See Wednesday's Comox Valley Record for the full story.
— image credit: PHOTO BY RENEE ANDOR
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