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March 08, 2007

A Charter Clause Word Quilt: In Honour of International Women's Day

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I created this word quilt this morning in honour of International Women's Day.

Our rights as Canadian women may be guaranteed under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, but there is still much work to be done to allow all Canadian women to benefit from the blanket coverage promised by this quilt.

Canadians need a government that has the vision to understand that equality and justice aren't open for debate; and that meeting Canada's international obligations to advance the status of women will lead to a more peaceful and prosperous future for all.

- Ann Douglas, mother, writer, Peterborough, Ontario

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