Persons Case

Persons Case

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  • In 1919, most women were allowed to run for office in the house of commons, but not for senate.
  • Lots of women fought to get Emily Murphy into a position of senate.
  • Dear Archibald McCoig, on behalf of all the women of Canada, please make an ammendment to the British North American Act.  
  • In 1927, most women could vote.
  • In 1928, the supreme court of Canada issued that women "were not considered persons"
  • In 1929, the Privy Council turned around the argument and issued that women were then people.
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