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Canadian Women in Film

These biographies were researched and written by the following staff of the Reference and Genealogy Division, Library and Archives Canada:

Maria Belanger, Sandra Bell, Don Carter, Andrée Côté, Raymonde Cyrenne, Francine Falardeau, Amy Fisher, Brigitte Fontille, Sara Chatfield, Giovanna Gossage, Sophie Grenier,Veronica Healy, Deborah Lee, Nina Milner, Martin Ruddy, Risë Segall, Tom Tytor, Joan Waiser and Nicole Watier.

Canadian Women in Theatre and Dance

These biographies were researched and written by the following staff of the Reference and Information Services Division, Library and Archives Canada:

Maria Bélanger, Don Carter, Andrée Côté-Moxon, Francine Falardeau, Amy Fisher, Sara Gladman, Veronica Healy, Catherine Hébert, Phanlert Panaram, Anne Pichora, Risë Segall, Marie-Josée Tolszczuk, Chantal Tremblay, Joni Waiser and Nicole Watier.

We gratefully acknowledge the financial assistance of the Department of Canadian Heritage, whose Canadian Culture Online Program (CCOP) made this work possible.

Women Artists in Canada

These biographies were researched and written by the following staff of the Reference and Information Services Division, Library and Archives Canada:

Maria Belanger, Mary Bond, Don Carter, Andrée Côté Moxon, Francine Falardeau, Amy Fisher, Sara Gladman, Veronica Healy, Patrick Labelle, Deborah Lee, Melissa Maude, Nina Milner, Anne Pichora, Martin Ruddy, Nicolas Savard, Risë Segall, Marie-Josée Tolszczuk, Chantal Tremblay, Joan Waiser and Nicole Watier.

Canadian Women in Government

Biographies for Canadian Women in Government were researched and written by the staff of the Reference and Genealogy Division, Library and Archives Canada.

The biographies for First Women Lieutenant Governors and Territorial Commissioners were written by Claire Banton, Sandra Bell, Kim Brittain, Don Carter, Gaya Déry, Norma Gauld, Sophie Grenier, Phanlert Panaram, Tom Tytor, Joan Waiser and Nicole Watier.

The biography for Nellie J. Cournoyea was written by Phanlert Panaram. The biography for Gladys Strum was written by Moreen Blader. The biography for Manitok Thompson was written by Martin Ruddy.

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