Dear Dale T.,
Archana Shah
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I’m waiting for that day too. I know it’s not the same for women in Canada as it is in Nepal and I don’t pretend to know how tough it is either, I can only imagine. Canada still has it’s fair share of issues for women though, sad to see in a country that’s as progressive as we claim to be.

The biggest thing that happened when Hillary Clinton didn’t become the first female President in the U.S. isn’t that her loss reinforced the notion that women can still be held down and not shatter the so-called glass ceiling. It’s showing women everywhere the glass ceiling isn’t shattered by one person, the collective efforts and determination of women (and men supporting them) will just pop it off and everyone (except for the haters) will be better for it happening.

Keep on writing… you’ve got a very interesting perspective!

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