Women remain a distinct minority in House, time to change that

Any Canadian who doubts women’s commitment and capacity to serve in public office should look no further to see the courage and tenacity demonstrated here. But for many more women to be compelled to stand for federal office, the changes enacted by this Parliament could make all the difference.

By NANCY PECKFORD

PUBLISHED : Monday, Feb. 8, 2016 12:00 AM

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