The Fighting Days

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  The Fighting Days
March 18, 2004
  A suffragist battle royalePDF files may take a moment to load

Nellie McClung is a name synonymous with the women's rights movement in Canada. You might remember her from your grade 10 Social Studies class, a Canadian Heritage commercial on CBC, or maybe you've seen her statue gracing Olympic Plaza or Parliament Hill. History has made McClung the poster girl for the women's suffrage movement in Canada. Sometimes people seem to forget McClung wasn't the only women fighting for equality at the turn of the 20th century, and hers isn't the only name that deserves to be in the history books.


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