Merritt rancher becomes B.C. lieutenant-governor

Prime Minister Stephen Harper names Nicola Valley rancher Judith Guichon as the lieutenant governor of British Columbia. (Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press)
Judith Guichon has ranched in the Nicola Valley near Merritt for decades, but Friday, she trades her dusty boots for the Civil Uniform... the official garb of B.C.'s Lieutenant Governor.

CBC Television News Vancouver co-host Gloria Macarenko recently paid a visit to the new Lieutenant Governor at her home, the Gerard Guichon Ranch.

She explains to host Shelley Joyce how Guichon is bringing her rural roots to Victoria.
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