Answers are provided at the end of the quiz for self-evaluation.

  1. In what year was gender expression and identity added as protected grounds to The Canadian Human Rights Act?         
    • A) 2007
    • B) 2010
    • C) 2015
    • D) 2017
  2. Canada was the fourth country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage. When did same-sex marriage become legal across Canada?      
    • A) 2003
    • B) 2005
    • C) 2007
    • D) 2009
  3. Out of the 14 chief medical officers and public health officers battling COVID-19 in Canada, how many are women?
    • A) 3
    • B) 5
    • C) 7
    • D) 9
  4. Across Canada, how much has our federal government invested to prevent gender-based violence, support survivors and their families, and create more responsive legal and justice systems?      
    • A) $1 Million
    • B) $2 Million
    • C) $100 Million
    • D) $200 Million
  5. The Honourable Jean Augustine became the first African Canadian woman to be elected as Member of Parliament. When was she elected?         
    • A) 1990
    • B) 1993
    • C) 1996
    • D) 1999
  6. In 2020, what is the percentage of women serving in the senate?
    • A) 10 per cent
    • B) 30 per cent
    • C) 50 per cent
    • D) 70 per cent
  7. When did the Canadian Human Rights Commission ensure employers received equal pay for equal work regardless of gender identity and expression? 
    • A) 2000
    • B) 2001
    • C) 2002
    • D) 2003
  8. As of 2016, 33 per cent of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) graduates are women. What percentage of women work in STEM?        
    • A) 20 per cent
    • B) 23 per cent
    • C) 30 per cent
    • D) 33 per cent

Answers: 1. D 2. B 3. C 5. D 5. B 6. C 7. B 8. B