Soixante-quatre des 308 sièges dans la 39e législature du Canada sont détenus par des femmes, soit 20,8 %. Le Canada est le 45e pays au monde dans la représentation des femmes à la chambre basse du parlement national.

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  • Soixante-quatre des 308 sièges dans la 39e législature du Canada sont détenus par des femmes, soit 20,8 %. Le Canada est le 45e pays au monde dans la représentation des femmes à la chambre basse du parlement national.
  • Upon the dissolution of the 39th Canadian Parliament, 65 of the 308 seats (21.1 per cent) were held by women. Canada ranks 45th in the world in representation of women in the national lower house.There were 64 women elected to Parliament in the 2006 election, and the victory of Bloc Québécois MP Ève-Mary Thaï Thi Lac in a byelection on September 17, 2007 brought the number to 65. This matched but did not exceed the all-time record of 65 female MPs elected in the 2004 election, and the number of women in the House returned to 64 with the resignation of Lucienne Robillard on January 25, 2008.It nominally increased to a record 66 with the by-election wins of Martha Hall Findlay and Joyce Murray on March 17, 2008, although the resignation of Brenda Chamberlain from the House effective April 7, 2008 reduced the number of women back to 65 just one week after Findlay and Murray were sworn in as MPs.
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  • Soixante-quatre des 308 sièges dans la 39e législature du Canada sont détenus par des femmes, soit 20,8 %. Le Canada est le 45e pays au monde dans la représentation des femmes à la chambre basse du parlement national.
  • Upon the dissolution of the 39th Canadian Parliament, 65 of the 308 seats (21.1 per cent) were held by women. Canada ranks 45th in the world in representation of women in the national lower house.There were 64 women elected to Parliament in the 2006 election, and the victory of Bloc Québécois MP Ève-Mary Thaï Thi Lac in a byelection on September 17, 2007 brought the number to 65.
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  • Place des femmes dans la 39e législature du Canada
  • Women in the 39th Canadian Parliament
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