It’s been 100-years since women in Saskatchewan won the right to vote. The anniversary of the successful suffrage campaign in the province is being marked with an exhibit at the Western Development Museum in Saskatoon. Diefenbaker Canada Centre Curator Teresa Carlson says it tells the stories of the women who led the movement from their perspective. Carlson says it features the seven women who sparked Saskatchewan’s suffrage movement including Women’s Grain Growers Association President Violet McNaughton and Vice President Zoe Haight. The display is enhanced with century old artifacts loaned by the museum. Carlson says in addition to securing the vote, the women’s movement led the fight for social reform and the establishment of health clinics in a less radical way than counterparts in other provinces and countries. The exhibit will be available for viewing until September 20th.