Women of colour are changing the face of Canadian politics
There are several women of colour forging new paths in unfamiliar political territory. Their voices are needed and Canada will be better for it.
Despite the intersectional realities they face, Canada has seen the recent emergence of politicians like Leslyn Lewis, left, Annamie Paul, Marci Ien, and more, writes Vonny Sweetland, who says diversity across all spectrums is important and Canada will benefit from it. Photograph courtesy of Twitter, The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade, and photograph courtesy of Facebook