Distinguished Canadian women

On Tuesday, March 6th, 2012 in In the News
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Author: Caitlin Decarie

March 8 is International Women’s Day and in honour of that day we’ve compiled a list of Canadian women worthy of note. Because no list is exhaustive, we know there are many names we’ve left off. Add your thoughts on who should have been included on our Facebook page.

Elizabeth May – As the current leader of the Green Party, Elizabeth May is a prominent environmentalist. In the 2011 election, she became the first Green Party candidate to be elected into the House of Commons.

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