Women's rights in Canada

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Women's rights in Canada by Mind Map: Women's rights in Canada

1. Timeline

1.1. Canadian History of Women's Rights - Nellie McClung Foundation

1.2. In 1916 women won the right to vote in the provincial elections in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. British Columbia and Ontario granted women the right to vote in 1917.

1.3. ahttps://www.ournellie.com/learn/womens-suffrage/canadian-history-of-womens-rights/

2. Important people

2.1. Emily Murphy

2.2. Irene Marryat Parlby

2.3. Nellie Mooney McClung

2.4. Louise Crummy McKinney

2.5. Henrietta Muir Edwards

2.6. these women made a petition to ask this question. they sought to have women legally considered persons so that women could be appointed to the Senate.

3. Rights

3.1. Child marriage

3.2. Domestic violence

3.3. Domestic workers

3.4. Gender equality

3.5. Reproductive rights and abortion

3.6. Sexual violence and rape

3.7. Women and armed comflict

4. Women's march

4.1. The Women's March was a worldwide protest on January 21, 2017, to advocate legislation and policies regarding human rights and other issues. It includes...

4.2. Women's rights

4.3. Immigration reform

4.4. Healthcare reform

4.5. Reproductive rights

4.6. Natural environment

4.7. LGBTQ rights

4.8. Racial equality

4.9. Freedom of religion

4.10. Workers