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To reach Daughters of the Vote spokespeople:

Pour les entrevues en français veuillez contacter :

  • Catherine Fortin Lefaivre
  • Attachée de liaison principale,
  • Québec + communautés francophones
  • catherine@equalvoice.ca
  • 613.979.8683

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News Releases from Daughters of the Vote (DOV)

Equal Voice and Abacus Data Release Canadian Opinions about Women in Politics

Majority of Canadians believe there are ‘too many’ or ‘the right number’ of women in politics; would not recommend a female they know run for public office.

ADVISORY: Equal Voice and Abacus Data Release Canadian Opinions about Women in Politics

Compelling and surprising research findings of a national survey about Canadians’ views and perceptions of women in politics will be released Monday, March 6th,  to launch  Equal Voice’s historic Daughters of the Vote (DOV) initiative and in recognition of the upcoming International Women’s Day. 

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DOV in the News

A letter from Ally – Ottawa Centre Daughter of the Vote delegate

Earlier this month, I had the honour of representing the riding of Ottawa-Centre in a historic session of Parliament, one made up entirely of women. This was made possible thanks to Equal Voice, who came up with the idea of Daughters of the Vote. (cmckenna.liberal.ca)

Two Dalhousie political science students represent at Daughters of the Vote forum

Parliament looked mighty different on Wednesday, March 8, as 338 young women descended upon the House of Commons and took the place of their respective MPs. (Halifax Chronicle Herald)

Woman one of delegates in Daughters of the Vote event

For days leading up to Daughters of the Vote, Abby Newcombe told her friends she wasn’t going to go. (New Glasgow News)

Photo Gallery: Daughters of the Vote Instagram Takeover

Indigenous students Taylor Morriseau (Faculty of Science) and Carly McLellan (Max Rady College of Medicine), along with four other UofM students, visited Ottawa on International Women’s Day (IWD) March 8th to take part in the historic Daughters of the Vote conference. (University of Manitoba website)

Chatham native among 338 women selected for Daughters of The Vote

A Chatham-born film student has a new purpose for her career after being part of the Daughters of the Vote: Equal Voice event held in Ottawa. (Chatham Daily News)

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