In 1917, Prime Minister Robert Borden extended voting to women working overseas and those related to soldiers overseas, in hopes of getting more people to vote in favour of conscription. The right for women to vote was fought up till 1940 when Quebec finally gave women the right to vote. However, this right was not extended to women of colour. Voting was exclusive to white women, while women of colour were unable to vote till 1948.
Officials from the Canadian province of Ontario have announced their intention to implement a universal basic income experiment, in which residents of Ontario would be provided with direct cash payments without conditions.
After WWII and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, women were beginning to see the gender discrimination in Canada. Legal cases where women were being given less than what they could've been given if they were men sparked a movement. Soon an alliance of 32 women's organisations came together to pressure the government into giving women equal rights.
From all the evidence I've gathered, my conclusion is that I love Canada, but it is not a country I can be proud of. Canada has a lot of blood on its hands and has had a lot of internal conflicts as well. The criteria "Acceptance towards diversity and equal treatment of all Canadian citizens" was in my opinion, the most important of my three criteria. However, most events didn't follow this criteria.