An Historical look at Women

These women, however, first made their mark on Canadian history as individuals. The group included Judge Emily Murphy, the first magistrate in the British Empire, Henrietta Muir Edwards, Convenor of Laws for the National Council of Women, Louise McKinney, the first women to be elected to a legislature in the British Empire, Irene Pariby, an Alberta cabinet minister, and Nellie McClung, who was instrumental in making Manitoba the first province to grant women the right to vote in 1916. Together they went to the Supreme Court of Canada to have women recognized as "personsaE under the BNA Act. Those who wanted to keep women from being appointed judges and senators claimed that women weren't eligible for these positions because they weren't noted as "personsaE under the law

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