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Scholarly Articles

  1. Advisory Council on the Status of Women. (2010) Women in the House. Getting More Women Elected in New Brunswick in A Reader on New Brunswick Women in the Legislative Assembly.  Accessed Nov. 18, 2017 from

  2. Ansari, Sadiya (2017, Oct. 25). Why heckling during Question Period can get ugly, especially for women MPs. Accessed Nov. 25, from

  3. Bittner, Amanda; Terry, Jillian; Piercey, Susan. (2010). Who Cares? Canadian Attitudes About Women in Politics. Paper presented at the Canadian Political Science Association Annual Meetings, Concordia University, June 1 -3 2010. Accessed Nov. 25, 2017 from

  4. CBC Ineractive (2015). 50% population, 25% representation. Why the parliamentary gender gap? Accessed Nov. 27, 2017 from

  5. Copps, Sheila. (2011). The Struggle for Equality in Parliament and Beyond. Canadian Parliamentary Review. Accessed online Nov. 18, 2018 from

  6. Cowper-Smith, Y., Kopec, A. & Sutton, T. (2017). Women and Politics: Overcoming Barriers to Participation in Leadership. Guelph, ON: Community Engaged Scholarship Institute. Accessed Nov. 25, 2017 from

  7. Everitt, Joanna. (2015). Gender and Sexual Diversity in Provincial Election Campaigns” Canadian Political Science Review. 9:1, 2015, 177-192. Accessed online Nov 27, 2017 from

  8. Everitt, Joanna. (2015).“LGBT Activism in the 2015 Federal Election” in Alex Marland and Thierry Giasson eds. Canadian Election Analysis 2015: Communication, Strategy, and Canadian Democracy Samara/UBC Press, 2015. Accessed Nov 27, 2017 from

  9. Everitt, Joanna. (2011). Women in New Brunswick Politics: A province at the back of the pack. Paper presented at the Canadian Political Science Association Annual Meetings, Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, ON, May 16-18, 2011. Accessed Nov. 25, 2017 from 

  10. Everitt, Joanna. (2009). Uncovering the Coverage: Gender Biases in Canadian Political Reporting. Accessed Dec. 15, 2017 from

  11. Kelbaugh, Gretchen (2017). Proportional Representation and Women. Fair Vote Canada. Accessed Nov. 18, 2017 from

  12. Morris, Marika. (2016). Women’s Leadership Matters: The impact of women’s leadership in the Canadian federal public service. Ottawa: Centre for Women in Politics and Public Leadership, Carleton University. Accessed Dec. 15, 2017 from

  13. Shames, Shauna (n.d.). Barriers and Solutions to Increasing Women’s Political Power. Accessed Nov. 25, from

  14. Thomas, Melanee and Bodet, Marc André. (2012). Sacrificial lambs, women candidates, and district competitiveness in Canada. Electoral Studies (Vol. 32, Iss. 1, pgs. 153-166) Accessed Nov. 26, 2017 from

  15. Wicks, Ann and Lang-Dion. (2007). Equal Voice: Electing More Women in Canada. Canadian Parliamentary Review. Accessed Nov. 18, 2017 from

  16. Wisconsin Women’s Council. (2007). Who Me? What We Know About Why Women Don't Run for Political Office. Accessed Nov. 25, from  

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