This is the true story of how Canadian women achieved the vote after a long struggle. Women faced and overcame challenge after challenge that impeded their progress. Led by bold and persistent visionaries, after much perseverance and hard work, the vote, finally, was theirs.
Recommended for teachers and students in Grades 9-12
Suffrage: Canadian Women and the Vote is freely accessible to all teachers and students in English and French.
Evocative illustrations recreate the span of time representing how long women struggled to attain the vote and the many challenges they faced.
Features original videos, archival images, original sound track and special effects. Recommended on Mac/PC using Google Chrome and on tablets and smartphones with the latest OS.
Comprehensive suite of curriculum-connected resources and lesson plans smoothing the way for classroom implementation.
Early History of Voting; Apathy; Emily Stowe;
Nellie McClung; the Temperance Movement;
Feminism; and the Influence of Militancy.