Women in Politics

Conventions serve to inspire and celebrate change, leverage women’s engagement

For women watching from the sidelines, now more than ever may be the time to get involved.

Mira Ahmad, second from right, seated with Liberal party president Anna Gainey, left, and leader Justin Trudeau, was named president of the Young Liberals at the party's Winnipeg convention on the weekend. Photograph courtesy of Adam Scotti

By NANCY PECKFORD

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, June 1, 2016 12:00 AM

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