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The History of Women's Vote
This Government of Canada site has lots of information of women gaining the vote. Be sure to follow the other relevant links on the site.
The Famous Five
A resource from Alberta that looks at the women that helped get the vote and provides larger context for their efforts.
A list of provincial statutes
This government site provides a list of each voting statute, along with other important information.
The Nellie McClung Foundation
An overview of Nellie McClung's work and the larger suffrage movement.
Winning Back the Vote
A journal article providing some international context for women gaining the right to vote.
Everyone Can Vote! (Eventually)
This article provides details on when women could vote in each province, as well as other interesting information.
Speaking of Women
An article that Nellie McClung wrote for Maclean's magazine in 1916.
An overview of 'woman suffrage' from Encyclopedia Britannica.