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Saskatchewan 1919 - If some things never change, when did they begin? - Did you know that...

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Dominion Electoral Districts  --  Saskatchewan 1919
In 1916, Saskatchewan became the second Canadian province to pass legislation enfranchising women for provincial elections. One year later, the franchise was extended to Canadian women in military service, or who had relative who was serving, or had served in the Canadian military forces. In 1919, the year of this federal electoral district map, the vote was extended to all non-Native women 21 years of age, or older.

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