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Dower Dower rhymes with Power

In Alberta, before 1917, husbands could sell their land and house, then leave their wives and children with no money or place to live. To stop this from happening the Alberta government passed a law called "The Dower Act." This gave women more rights and helped to make things better.

Legal Status of Women in Alberta

Legal Status of Women in Alberta