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The Government of Canada, through the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada (HSMBC), recognizes significant people, places and events that shaped the country. This is one way of helping Canadians and youth connect with their past. An unveiling ceremony was held for the presentation of a commemorative plaque marking the recognition by HSMBC, of CFUW's founding as an event of National Significance.
Through this notable recognition the HSMBC celebrates CFUW's 100 years of decisive leadership for recognition of women's equality. The plaque will be located in Winnipeg Centre where CFUW held its first meeting.
Read about the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada recognition of the founding of CFUW as an event of National Historical Significance