Canadian women had an immense impact on the First World War in a multitude of ways. From the munitions workers taking over the jobs in the factories, the nurses travelling to France for the wounded soldiers, the women on the farms, to the mere image of a woman being used as propaganda. Canadian women were an integral aspect to the war effort. Their bravery and ambition throughout the war encouraged social and political movements like the sufferage movement. The war, along with women's strength and drive, changed people's views of what a woman could do and who they could choose to be.




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