When the men came back from war women were fired from their jobs so that men returning from the war could find employment.
they pooped their pants all day long!
Canadian women were given the right to vote in elections. Some Canadian men were getting ready to die fighting in the Russian Civil war, and some Canadian men women and children were dying of the Spanish Flu.
Canadian Federation of University Women was created in 1919.
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to gain more territory in the Pacific region.
The Canadian army entered the war in 1914 The Canadian army entered the war in 1914
The Canadian Voice of Women for peace is an anti-nuclear organization that was formed in 1960.
Canadian War Museum was created in 1880.
With so many men going into the service, women were ecouraged to go to work in "war factories" where they learned completely new skills and got paid well, too.
First off, yes. Women have always played an important role in wars. In World War One, Canadian women were nurses that served in field hospitals in France and Belgium. A few were even killed by an occasional enemy shell, or poisonous gas. In World War Two, women were also nurses, but; because women had won the right to vote in 1917, they were also factory workers, airplane repairmen, and played other various vital roles in the war.
Gladys Munnings has written: 'Women in the arts' -- subject(s): Biography, Canadian Women authors, Postage stamps, Women authors, Canadian, Women singers
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During World War II (1939-1945) approximately 41.15 percent of the entire Canadian population was enrolled in the Armed Forces. All of these men and women were volunteers that served during World War II.
Dieppe Canadian War Cemetery was created in 1942.
Catherine Ann Murphy has written: 'Women in the Canadian Military during World War II'
Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery was created in 1945-02.
no because they are women
The Canadian War Museum re-opened in a new building in Ottawa in 2005.
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Women were not in the Revolutionary War.
About 45,300. About 1,081,865 Canadian solders actually fought in the war.