Daughters of the Vote Speak in the House of Commons on Women’s Leadership
During this historic sitting in the House of Commons on International Women’s Day 2017, several delegates rose to speak on women and leadership. You can see their testimony here.
Brooke Malinsoki, from Yorkton-Melville, talked about political motivation in young women and the importance of their participation.
Michaela Glasgo, of Medicine Hat-Cardston-Warner, spoke to feminism and conservative values and the importance of women in conservative movements.
Isabelle Ladouceur-Séguin, Argenteuil-La Petite-Nation rose to speak of intersectionality of women in politics.