The Nomination of Women in the 2010 New Brunswick Election (Essay) - Canadian Parliamentary Review

The Nomination of Women in the 2010 New Brunswick Election (Essay)

By Canadian Parliamentary Review

  • Release Date - Published: 2011-06-22
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Canadian Parliamentary Review
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The Nomination of Women in the 2010 New Brunswick Election (Essay) Canadian Parliamentary Review read online review & book description:

Of the 236 candidates in the 2010 New Brunswick provincial election, 71, or about 30%, were women. This represented a significant increase over the number of female candidates in previous provincial elections. This article looks at a number of factors that may have contributed to the change. It is based in part on interviews conducted over a one month period with candidates from the Liberal, Conservative, New Democratic and Green parties. The candidates interviewed were Francophones aged 50 to 65. Three of them were from urban areas, one from a rural area. **********

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