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Women's Movements in Canada: 1985–present
Women’s movements (or, feminist movements) during the period 1985–present — sometimes referred to as third- or fourth-wave feminism — engaged in multiple campaigns, from employment equity and daycare, to anti-racism and ending poverty and violence against women.
Women's Movements in Canada
Canadian women have participated in many social movements, both on their own, and allied with men.
Status of Women
The first European expeditions that came to Canada to explore and trade for furs did not include women.
Racial Segregation of Black People in Canada
Racial segregation is the separation of people, or groups of people, based on race in everyday life. Throughout Canada’s history, there have been many examples of Black people being segregated, excluded from, or denied equal access to opportunities and services such as education, employment, housing, transportation, immigration, health care and commercial establishments. The racial segregation of Black people in Canada was historically enforced through laws, court decisions and social norms.