Canadian History Timeline of Women's Rights
1. Being Male
1884, In all provinces, there are three basic conditions for becoming an elector: by birth or naturalization
2. Being 21 or over
Canadian Timeline of Women's Rights
3. Being a British subject
1885, A man can vote if he or his wife own property; she is responsible for the property tax. In Alberta, unmarried women property owners gain the right to vote and hold office in school matters.
1887, Women in Manitoba gain the right to vote in municipal elections, but are not eligible for municipal office
Women were able to vote and work politically vote in 1916 in the four western provinces, in 1917 in Ontario, in 1918 in Nova Scotia, in 1919 in New Brunswick, in 1922 in Prince Edward Island, and in 1940 in Quebec.
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