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I must say I had qualms about it myself." This arena was new to her and despite her inexperience she won the seat in the riding.
She was one of the five female MP's in Pierre Trudeau's cabinet that term in office. She was also appointed Minister of State for Science and Technology.
She also completed one year of study in French Civilization at La Sorbonne in 1952.
Career in Politics Jeanne Sauve was approached by the Liberal Party to run as the Candidate for Ahunstic riding in Montreal during the 1972 Federal election.
Jeanne Sauve stated, "I felt uneasy for the first time in my life when I was campaigning...
Her first program, Femina, was such a success that Sauve was promoted to CBC Television, where she was able to cover political topics in English and French. She was often invited by Gerard Pelletier, a journalist for Le Devoir in Montreal, to his controversial show at the time called Les Idées en Marche . Sauve was bold and challenged the conservative thought of the day.
Jeanne Sauve was the pioneer for women in the political area. She had her own TV show called “Opinions” and she tackled such controversial topics as teenage sex, discipline and parental authority.
Sauve responded during a CBC interview, that it might have been so for the first two to three days, but evened out over the course of time.