When more women participate in politics and civic life, it helps to create what will essentially be a fairer democracy – one where all Canadians – regardless of gender – have an equal and fair chance at success.
Today we have the privilege of welcoming 338 dynamic and diverse young women in the House of Commons for Daughters of The Vote!
Meet Katrina Plasse:
Katrina Plasse is Dartmouth-Cole Harbour’s 2019 Daughters of the Vote delegate. She is currently studying at Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Health, pursuing a Bachelor of Social Work. Katrina attended francophone schools from kindergarten to grade twelve and completed a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Saint Mary’s University. She is passionate about the 2SLGBTQ+ community and empowering its youth, environmental sustainability, as well as, Indigenous rights/injustice and reconciliation.
I am so pleased to have Katrina here representing Dartmouth-Cole Harbour today in the House of Commons for Daughters of The Vote!