How will Canada Change if 40% of our MPs are women? The result might not be what you think. Women aren't really that different from men in the way that we vote and the political parties we subscribe to.
Better pensions for homemakers<br />Rehabilitation for young offenders<br />No Poverty<br />Living Wages<br />Improved health care<br />Universal heath care safe<br />Better Quality Education<br />Stronger social net<br />
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