March 21, 2014

Why Are Canada's Female Politicians Losing?

Carol Goar, Toronto Star

The Associated Press

Alberta Premier Alison Redford’s abrupt resignation raises uncomfortable questions and leaves women who hoped to follow in her footsteps rethinking their dreams.

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