Maude Abbott (1869-1936) / Elle s'inscrit en 1890 à la faculté de médecine de l'Université Bishop's à Lennoxville où elle est la seule femme et obtient son diplôme en 1894. Puis, elle est la première femme admise à la Montreal Medico-Chirurgical Society. Elle est une spécialiste, de renommée internationale, des maladies cardiaques congénitales.
Shushma Datt was born in Kenya. She emigrated to Canada in 1972 and settled in Vancouver. She is a pioneer in the broadcasting industry in Canada. She is credited with being the first Indo-Canadian broadcaster. At a time when ethnic programming was minimal in the 1970s, she became a radio and television host in Vancouver as well as a producer of content for the South Asian community. She is also believed to be the first Canadian women to be granted a radio license from the CRTC.
Violet McNaughton (née Jackson) was a leader in the Canadian farm, women’s, peace, and co-operative movements. She became the most influential farm woman in Canada and in Saskatchewan during the first half of the 20th century.