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This article was published 2/10/2009 (2767 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
WINNIPEG - On the grounds of the Manitoba legislature, we have statues of Ukrainian and Scottish poets, French explorers, British royalty, and veterans.
In a male-dominated landscape of bronze and stone, there is not a single tribute to the Manitoba woman who fought to have all Canadians declared persons and for females in this province to have a say at election time.
That’s just not right, say women hoping to change that terrain.
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