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After years of woman's suffrage groups existing, it grew hard to ignore their arguments
Serving in the war, working in factories an offices. These were prime examples of the rise of equality between man and woman.
Gradually, people began noticing they wouldn’t be keeping woman out of politics for much longer.
1916, woman were given the vote in four western provinces.
Over time, their rights grew to Ontario, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, P.E.I and Quebec.
Thanks to those woman who served and fought for our rights, we now have the option to vote.
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