Inquiry and Seminar

Mid 1960’s to Mid 1980’s


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A Question of Equality, equality.flv, Retrieved from:

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History of Women’s Rights, Nellie McClung Foundation, Retrieved from:

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Parliament of Canada. (n.d.) Divorce law in Canada. Retrieved from: content/lop/researchpublications/963-e.htm

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The 1960s and 1970s Women’s Rights Movement, Retrieved from:

The Canadian gay and lesbian archives. (n.d.) A gay and lesbian chronology, 1964-1982. Retrieved from Material/Records/docs/flitchro/73.htm

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The interim. (n.d.) Gwen Landolt - a real woman for Canada. Retrieved from 2008/may/17landolt.html

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