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Tue, 06 Mar 2012 20:48:56 GMT | By Caitlin Decarie
Distinguished Canadian women

Social justice



From left: Judy Rebick, Roberta Jamieson. (© CP Photo; John Ulan/The Canadian Press)
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Judy Rebick - Judy Rebick was the Sam Gindin Chair in Social Justice and Democracy until 2010. In the 90s, she hosted two TV shows on CBC and still continues to frequent the airwaves. She is the founding publisher of rabble.ca, an online news and discussion website. She is now an active speaker on women's equality, social equity and civic engagement.

Roberta Jamieson - Roberta Jamieson was named CEO and president of the National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation in 2004. Under her leadership, the foundation has doubled the total amount of bursaries and scholarship funding. She has had many milestones in her career, including the first First Nations woman to earn a law degree, the first woman to be appointed an Ombudsman of Ontario and the first woman to be the chief of the Six Nations in Grand River Territory.

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