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Monique Bégin interview

Interview with Monique Bégin, former executive secretary of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, in Ottawa, June 21, 1995. Interview by Barbara M. Freeman. Monique Bégin was an academic, former politician and the first woman in Québec to be elected to the House of Commons in 1972. She also worked on passing the 1984 Canada Health Act.

Angela Burke Kerrigan interview

Interview with Angela Burke Kerrigan, Public Relations Officer for the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, in Knowlton, Eastern Townships, QC, August 27, 1995. Interview by Barbara M. Freeman

Doris Ogilvie interview

Interview with Doris Ogilvie, commissioner on the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, November 26, 1995, by phone. Interviewed by Barbara M. Freeman. Doris Ogilvie was a judge and activist who advocated for the rights of women and children, Deputy Judge of the Juvenile Court, Deputy Judge of the Provincial Court in New Brunswick, and chair of the Canadian Commission of the International Year of the Child in 1979.

Florence Bird interview

Interview with Florence Bird, Chair of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, Ottawa, November 18, 1992. Interview by Barbara M. Freeman. Florence was a was a senator, journalist, broadcaster and author.

Jacques Henripin interview

Interview with Jacques Henripin, advisor on the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, Montreal, 5 June 1995. Interviewed by Barbara M. Freeman in Montreal. Jacques Henripin was an academic in demography and economics, founder and head of the demography department at Université de Montréal, and awarded of the Order of Canada in 1988.

Jeanne Lapointe interview

Transcript for the interview with Jeanne Lapointe, commissioner on the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, Quebec City, August 24, 1995. Interviewed by Barbara M. Freeman. Jeanne Lapointe was an academic, the first woman professor in the Faculty of Arts at the Université de Laval n 1940 and commissioner on the Royal Commission on Education in Québec.

Lola Lange interview

Interview with Lola Lange, commissioner on the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, February 25th, 1995, Langley, BC. Interviewed by Barbara M. Freeman. Lola Lange was a feminist from Alberta involved in organizations like the Alberta Farm Wives' Union and 4-H. In 1967 Lola was awarded a grant by the Bank of Montreal to study the effects of continuing education in rural and farming communities. Lange's role on the commission was to represent the voices of women living in rural farming communities.

Philinda Masters interview

Interview with Philinda Masters, editor of Broadside newspaper, November 8th 2008. Interviewed by Barbara M. Freeman as part of an oral history project on feminists in alternative media. Broadside was a feminist newspaper based in Toronto active from 1979-1989. Barbara wrote about feminist periodicals in a chapter of her book ''Beyond Bylines'' (2011).

Emma Kivisild interview

Interview with Emma Kivisild, editor of Kinesis, Vancouver, March 8 and 13th 2009. Interviewed by Barbara M. Freeman as part of an oral history project on feminists in alternative media. Interview conducted over the phone. Emma Kivisild was the editor of Kinesis from 1984-1986. Kinesis (1974-2001) was a Canadian feminist periodical based in Vancouver and published by the Vancouver Status of Women. Barbara wrote about feminist periodicals in a chapter of her book ''Beyond Bylines'' (2011). On March 8th 2009 the interviewer's digital audio recorder failed so she took notes by hand which are recorded in the notes and transcript document. On March 13th 2009 the interview was recorded using an audiocassette tape recorder.

Esther Shannon interview

Interview with Esther Shannon, editor of Kinesis, Vancouver, June 4th 2008. Interviewed by Barbara M. Freeman as part of an oral history project on feminists in alternative media. Kinesis (1974-2001) was a Canadian feminist periodical based in Vancouver and published by the Vancouver Status of Women. Barbara wrote about feminist periodicals in a chapter of her book ''Beyond Bylines'' (2011).
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