Jeunes Citoyens / Young Citizens

Sebastien Winnipeg, Manitoba

Fair address: Red River Heritage Fair

Project: "Nice Women Don't Want The Vote"


My project talks about the history behind the women's suffrage, who was behind it and how it impacted today's world.

What was the most interesting thing you learned about your topic?

The most interesting thing I learned about my topic was how empowered women truly are and how their stern belief in equality got them to make a change in Canada.

What important lessons have you learned that you want to share with other Canadians?

I have learned that anyone can make a difference despite your gender, race, or age.

How would you compare your life today to the lives of those studied in your project?

My life today is different from those I studied in my project because today's society has evolved into a more accepting society. Women have slowly been able to have the same rights and opportunity as men and i hope it continues to do so.

  • Brent Pudsey

    This is an informative and engaging presentation. It shows the role women had in making change in our society and ultimately leading to voting rights for all Canadians. Voting is no longer based on wealth/class, ethicity , race , gender or sexual preference. Rather it is given to all who vote.
    05/07/2016 7:26:48 PM

  • John Pidwerbesky

    Nice Research Sabastien, I must make a trip to the Manitoba Legislature to see the bronze statues of the Famous Five. I didn't know it existed! thank you for the educational update.
    03/07/2016 8:25:09 PM

  • Zeke

    I learned a lot about women getting the right to vote. I didn't know anything about the Famous five.
    01/07/2016 3:57:18 PM

  • Anne Sablan

    This is a very informative video. Sebastien did an impressive job in the presentation and delivery of this report thus keeping the viewer interested to watch it until the end. It is also very interesting to see a kid this young talking about this kind of topic and I must say that he did a really great job on his research. Kudos, Sebastien!
    28/06/2016 1:34:35 PM

  • Neil Tagarao

    Wow! Excellent Job Sebastian. Through your presentation, I learned what I learned about women's history in Canada in which I didn't know before. I will 100% vote for you. God bless you.
    23/06/2016 11:55:02 AM

  • Marjorie Fortney

    Great job! Great topic! Great presentation!
    22/06/2016 7:02:51 PM

  • Katya

    I loved your video!
    21/06/2016 9:58:18 PM

  • Dyan Villanueva

    Good job!
    21/06/2016 6:44:20 PM

  • Ruchie Cruz

    Nice and smooth I think you become a great jornalist someday. Good job Sebastien!
    21/06/2016 6:16:55 PM

  • maireen

    You did a very good job Tien. The topic, the video, your deliveration and everything is just so perfect. I felt i was watching a documentary short film. ITS SO AMAZING!!! i wish you all the best Tien!
    21/06/2016 6:13:18 PM

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Project partially funded by the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage.
  • Canadian Heritage / Patrimoine Canadien
  • Government of Canada
  • HBC: Hudson's Bay Company
  • ecentricarts inc.