Govern Like a Girl: The Women Who Became Canada's First Ministers

Category: Book
By (author): Graham, Kate
Subject:  JUVENILE NONFICTION / Girls & Women
  JUVENILE NONFICTION / History / Canada / General
Audience: children/juvenile
Publisher: Second Story Press
Published: August 2021
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 112
Size: 9.00in x 7.50in x 0.25in
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$ 22.95
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From The Publisher*

Only twelve women have ever served as the premier of a Canadian province or territory, and only one has risen to the very top to serve as prime minister. In Govern Like a Girl, Kate Graham tells the stories of these thirteen women, from childhood to political power. Their experiences span three decades, every political stripe, and extend from coast to coast to coast. What motivated them to run for office? What did they accomplish once they were elected? And how did their style of governing differ from male politicians?

From Indigenous premiers, Eva Aariak and Nellie Cournoyea, to Premier and later Senator Catherine Callbeck of Prince Edward Island, to Québec's first female premier, Pauline Marois, these powerful women changed Canada for the better and showed the world how to govern like a girl.

From The Publisher*

Kate Graham introduces us to the thirteen women who have become first ministers (provincial premiers and, in one case, prime minister) in Canada, and shows how their strength and ingenuity led them each to govern like a girl.