For the last few years, on Plaza Bridge downtown, each summer has seen a series of displays set up, drawn around a theme or an anniversary in Canadian history. This year the theme has to do with the centennial anniversary of the right to vote for women, which was first seen in the province of Manitoba in 1916, spreading through provinces in the years afterwards. A number of Canadian government agencies collaborate on this project, which show numerous Canadian women down through time. The text may be sufficient to read, but I'll be adding links for each before their display banner. I have more from here in the coming days.