The Persons Case 1929 When women in Manitoba won the right to vote in January 1916, they gained a huge victory for women's rights in Canada. Mackenzie King with the five women who campaigned on the Persons CaseThis franchise marked the beginning of a long slow road to equality.
She also revealed insight into Churchill's dealings away from the war, and said the 1945 UK General Election was a 'disturbance' and that the country 'should have let Mr Churchill see it (the end of the war) through without giving him all this extra work'. Churchill is pictured in Quebec in 1944 with Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King where the pair discussed Canada's continued support for the Allied cause
League of Nations The League of Nations was established during the Paris Peace Conference of 1919 at the end of the First World War. Prime Minister Robert Borden managed to get Canada a separate seat on the League, independent of Britain.
On Sept. 1, 1980, amputee Terry Fox was forced to stop his 5,000-mile run across Canada for cancer research after it was discovered that his bone cancer had spread to his lungs. He died 10 months later, but not before realizing his dream of raising one dollar for every person in Canada.
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I gave an informative presentation yesterday in my communications class over the style and fashion of the 1920s... And now I can't stop obsessing over the fabulously frivolous era. Remembered for the advent of jazz, the rise of the automobile, and the reign of the "flapper," the Roaring Twenties must have been an exciting time to be alive.