September 22 2021
In Ellected 11, host Sarah Elder-Chamanara and Conservative political strategist and consultant...
September 17 2021
In Episode 10 of Ellected, host Sarah Elder-Chamanara and Calgary mayoral hopeful Jyoti Gondek ...
September 17 2021
In Episode 9 of Ellected, host Sarah Elder-Chamanara welcomes Calgary City Council hopeful...
August 22 2021
On the latest episode of Ellected, Sarah Elder-Chamanara welcomes Alison Tedford to discuss ...
June 26 2021
In Episode 7 of Ellected, Nahanni Fontaine and Sarah discuss the lack of representation of Indig...
June 22 2021
In Episode 06 – and second Amplify episode, a series that amplifies up and coming women in an...
June 1 2021
Episode 5 of Ellected is a thoughtful conversation between Arielle and Sarah, on the impact of Covid on their physical health, campaigning with her son, the impacts of hearing a woman speak about her loss at a Black Lives Matter demonstration on her son, and an image captured in that moment later shared by Michelle Obama, and her transition from London City Council to running for a seat in the House of Commons.
May 28 2021
In Episode 4 of Ellected, Sarah Elder-Chamanara and Katy Merrifield discuss how they both sta...
February 3 2021
Madame Premier's podcast, Ellected, is for women in and around politics. Learn about how it came to be.
October 14 2020
Dear Future BC Politicians,
Well, this is actually for all politicians but since this letter ...
September 30 2020
In the spirit of reconciliation, we acknowledge that we live, work and play on the traditional t...
August 25 2020
It's true. This isn't a post that I ever wanted to write or share but here I am doing exactly tha...
July 14 2020
I may have said this before but one of the things I love most about Madame Premier is the com...
July 9 2020
Written By: Michelle Robinson
To be very clear, I have never regretted running. I’m a proud Calg...
June 14 2020
“Life is very short. What we have to do must be done in the now." - Audre Lord
Madame Premier st...
May 21 2020
When we talk about women in politics, much of the conversation gets dominated by cisgender women. Meaning those who were born female and identify as female. However, we don’t often take the conversation further looking at how transgender women can create and secure a seat at the table.
May 10 2020
Cheryl Johnson and I met in 2015 on a federal campaign for someone we both very much had won. Ou...
April 20 2020
Through my goal of goal amplifying the lack of women in politics through political and feminist clothing, Madame Premier is bringing awareness, spark discussions and moving the dial on this issue and building an ever growing community of women and individuals committed to doing just that.
April 13 2020
Meet Maggie Farrington in Vol. 02 of People of Madame Premier.
April 5 2020
A lot of things have changed in the last month. And things are still changing every day. The way...
March 26 2020
You loved Mandy Stobo's artwork so much that I asked her to share the three portraits as colouring sheets. Mandy's art is the perfect canvas for little minds to express their creativity using art and maybe giving you the ability to spend a few minutes decompressing yourself.
March 25 2020
An Update from Madame Premier about Covid-19.
Madame Premier will continue to share facts and quotes but social media posts with photos will share science and fact-based information related to how we can prevent the spread of Covid-19 from government sources.
March 21 2020
One of Madame Premier's first models, Emma May is a force to be reckoned with. A former lawyer, turned owner and relator at Charles Real Estate, newly minted fashion designer and owner of Sophie Grace, you can often find Emma telling it like it is on Twitter and TV as a community influencer and political commentator in Calgary. Emma is the embodiment of Feminist and Political AF.
March 9 2020
I would like to announce that as of January, 1, 2020, I became the sole owner of Madame Premier....
February 17 2020
The expectations of working women aren't decreasing contrary to what you may believe. Especially for working mothers. If someone can sit in a meeting with their phone in their hands, tapping out messages and be considered acceptable than why can't a woman put on some eyeshadow and mascara and have it not be thought of in the same way?