Have women in Canada always been able to vote? Were women even considered "Persons"? What rights did women have in the early 1900s? We take so many of our rights for granted. Find many of the answers in this interesting and informative historical fiction book as you meet the characters involved in fighting for women's basic rights as persons.
Written by Albertan Elizabeth A. Halvorsen, this book tells the story of the five women who, in 1929, helped to get women as members of the Senate of Canada.
Add this to your study of Canadian Government. It will be a good research resource for students of Junior High School age