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Source: National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces, Fact sheet. Online (Accessed March 2014) 1941 - Married women form 10 of the Canadian work force but by 1941 they made up 23 of the Canadian work force. Source: Janet Ray, Towards Womens Rights, Toronto, Grolier.
1940 - Died Agnes Elizabeth Wetherald (1857-1940) freelance journalist. January 3, 1940 - Died Jean Anne Pinkham (1849-1940) Social activist and volunteer in Saskatchewan and Alberta March 18, 1940 - Died Maud Abbott (1869-1940) internationally acclaimed medical doctor who specialized in the study of heart.
Return to Timeline introduction 1940 AD to 1949 AD Events listed relate to Canadian women with a few extra items added to give the timeline perspective. This timeline is not all inclusive. If you wish more information on the women listed in this timeline be.
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January 19, 1941 - Born Charlotte Vale-Allen (1941- ) prolific author with works sell in some 20 countries. January 25, 1941 - Born Sara Barber (1941- ) medal winning swimmer. February 20, 1941 - Born Buffy Sainte-Marie (1941- ) folk singer and social activist for Native Peoples. March 9, 1941 - Born Donna Arlene Chow (1941- ) A research scientist with an interest to recognizing women's work in her.
1941 - Mary Margaret "Margery" Booker (1901-1955) becomes the 1st Canadian woman to be appointed as a School Inspector when appointed in Virden District, Manitoba. Source: Memorable Manitobans Profile by Gordon Goldsborough. Online (Accessed December 2011) July 19, 1941 - Born Ann Louise Caspell Schulman.
Births 1941: 1941 - Born Sandy Brown (1941- ) Social activist and volunteer she was the first woman to be appointed to the Jewish Federation of Toronto. 1941 - Born Anne Golden (1941- ) administrator and social activist for the homeless. 1941 - Born Julie.
It is just too expensive for women's hockey teams to raise funds for travel to games Source "Queens of the Ice Lanes: the Preston Rivulettes and women's hockey in Canada " by Carly Adams in Sport History Review 2008 Vol. 39 pages 1-29. 1941.
Neither team could raise the fund to attend the championships. The great depression and the effort for World War ll had taken the wind out of the sails of women's hockey. There would not be another national event in women's hockey until 1967. Source "Queens.
September 8, 1940 - Died Laura Bordon (1889-1940) wife of Prime Minister Robert Laird Bordon (1854-1937) September 12, 1940 - Died Annie Mackinnon Fitch (1868-1940) noted mathematician. Legislation is changed to allow women to enlist in the Canadian Forces More than 45,000 women volunteer for.