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Women in Canada

Summary: A history of Canadian women's struggle for suffrage, civil rights, a more significant role in society and their modern-day successes.

Women In Canada

Throughout history, women have been criticized by male dominated society that they were inferior in status and strength. In Canada, women redefine their roles in society and politics. The women of yesterday paved the way for the women of today by displaying charisma and talents equal to any man working or in office. Since women of yesterday were plague with meaningless paying jobs, restrictions to stay home with the children and slave away as a housewife, society was imbalanced. Even though in early 19th and late 20th century, women advocated equality for political and civil rights. Women became the central source for the radical Canadian society,

The limitations on political standing were a burden to many women in Canada. By the 1880s, women immigrants from European countries had a difficult time coping with the standard government policies on women in societies. For instance, in...

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