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Off the Cluff: Women in politics (with Puneet Sandhar)

Making sure women's voices are heard, loud and clear.

Between the start of the MeToo movement, a greater push to end the wage gap between men and women, and the fight for equality gaining more attention overall, progress is finally starting to be made to make sure women’s voices are heard. But there’s still a lot to do.

Puneet Sandhar is a lawyer and managing partner of Sanghera Sandhar Law Group based in Surrey. She ran for office in 2017 and wrote a piece on women in politics for The Orca.

Puneet joined Rick Cluff in studio.

Rick Cluff is an award-winning journalist who hosted the popular CBC Radio Vancouver morning program “The Early Edition” from 1997 until his retirement in April of 2018.

He has conducted more than 50,000 interviews and asked more than half a million questions, of prime ministers, premiers, presidents and some of the world’s biggest sports and entertainment personalities.