Securing The Vote for Women in Nova Scotia
Halifax, Nova Scotia
April 26, 1918
The effects of Manitoba's decision to grant women the vote have rippled
all the way to the East.
The Nova Scotia Franchise Act gives women the right to vote
in Nova Scotia's provincial elections.
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Read the Nova Scotia Franchise Act, S.N. 1918, c.2
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