Was Canada the 5th country to let women vote?

Canada was among the first sovereign nations to grant women the right to vote in the 20th century. It was not, however, the fifth. Universal nationwide suffrage in federal elections was not granted in Canada did not occur until 1918. Universal voting rights for women in Canada in the 20th century was preceded on the world stage by Australia, Finland, Denmark, Norway, and several eastern European countries coincidentally around the occurrence of the Russian revolution in 1917.