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Henrietta Edwards

Only seven months after Alberta became a province in April 1906, a woman stood in front of the members of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta. She was presenting her Dower legislation, which if passed, would give new property rights to married women...

Canada A Yearly Journey: 1893

On Feb. 7, Joseph Pearce was born in Brantford, Ontario. He would serve in the First World War, reaching the rank of Major before being injured and returning home to Canada. Back home, he earned a master’s degree from the University of Toronto and...

Women’s Suffrage In Canada

For over a century, women have had the right to vote in Canadian federal elections and most provincial elections. We take it for granted now, but the fight to get to that point was a long one for the women who wanted equal rights when it came to...

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