Daughters of the Vote Communiqué

Delegates come together for two exciting events in BC and Saskatchewan

bc-dov-event-group-shot.jpgA young woman from a small northern community who represented her people at a UN Indigenous conference; a Shulich Leader studying biomedicine, a slam poet who used to live in foster care; a new Canadian from Ethiopia who is working to help other new arrivals feel at home in Canada; a University of the Fraser Valley’s ‘CLEAR on Consent’ Campaign volunteer; an LGBTQIA+ youth advocate, a renewable energy campaign coordinator from the Kootenays; and a Greater Vancouver Board of Trade employee who delivers leadership programs are among the 42 diverse young women selected to represent British Columbia in Daughters of the Vote (DOV).

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