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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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