At the end of her article, Veronica Strong-Boag writes that “Women were both victims and beneficiaries of a nation’s experiment with residential enclaves that celebrate the gendered division of labour.” Using the readings from this week as well as primary sources, write a 5-page research paper either proving or disproving Strong-Boag’s argument. Were women really both victims and beneficiaries? Or, were they one or the other?
Primary Sources
Information booklet from 1945, “Women After the War”
Royal Commission on the Status of Women in Canada
Introduction
Commission Report
CBC Archives “Equality First: The Royal Commission on the Status of Women”
National Film Board of Canada, Mystery in the Kitchen (1958)
Canadian Human Rights Commission: “Human Rights in Canada: A Historical Perspective”

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