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Judge called Liberal candidate a “narcissist” seeking her own goals in 2008 ruling

Tracy Calogheros is the Liberal candidate for the British Columbia riding of Cariboo-Prince George.

In a 2008 bankruptcy and insolvency ruling, a judge called Liberal candidate Tracy Calogheros a “narcissist” and “egocentric”. 

“In my estimation Mrs. Calogheros is an egocentric individual who acknowledges few limitations on what means may be employed to attain her goals,” said the trial judge. 

Calogheros is the Liberal candidate for the British Columbia riding of Cariboo-Prince George and is currently the Chief Executive Officer, The Exploration Place Museum and Science Centre.

The civil suit was between Caloghero’s husband, his ex-wife and Tracy Caloghero’s parents. The judge noted that Mrs. Calogheros was a “driving force” behind her husband’s life.

“Although Tracy Calogheros (nee Boychuck) was not a named party in the litigation, she had been and remained very much a driving force in the bankrupt’s life,” wrote the court decision. 

In the suit, her husband owed his ex-wife Karie Lynn Leboe nearly $35,000 in costs awarded to her. After demanding the costs be payed, Mr. Caloghero in turn filed for bankruptcy 

While the now-Liberal candidate was not an active participant in the trial she was mentioned as taking part in the situation.

Calogheros also ran for the Liberal party in 2015 but lost to Conservative Todd Doherty.

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