Primary Sources Regarding Canadian Women in WW2

Reply Tue 28 Feb, 2017 07:27 pm
I know this is kind of a strangely specific question. I'm currently doing a research project and needed to look for primary sources regarding the topic of Canadian women in the military and on the homefront during the Second World War. I was hoping to find something on the views on femininity but I live in the United States and have been hopelessly unsuccessful in getting many leads - most don't end up actually allowing me to view the resources.

My question was if anyone could point me in the direction of people who were important on the issue at the time. I have tried looking at the news article "They're Still Women After All" but I couldn't find it anywhere except cited in secondary sources, which was highly problematic and I also tried to use the Elliott-Haynes survey as a primary source to work off of but it apparently needed to be literature. If anyone could point me in the right direction, it would be extremely helpful for me to further understand the topic. Thank you very much.
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