Rae Luckock biography

Rae Luckock

Deceased Person

1893 – 1972

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Who was Rae Luckock?

Margaret Rae Morrison Luckock known as Rae Luckock was a feminist, social justice activist, peace activist and, with Agnes Macphail, one of the first two women elected to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, in 1943. A member of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, also known as the Ontario CCF, Luckock was elected to the Ontario legislature in the 1943 Ontario general election representing Toronto's Bracondale constituency. She served as a Member of Provincial Parliament until she was defeated in the 1945 Ontario general election. She became the Canadian Congress of Women's founding president in 1950, and became a victim of the Cold War's anti-communist hysteria when she was denied entry into the United States, because she travelled to "Red" China and invited Soviet women to visit Canada. She contracted Parkinson's disease in the mid-1950s and mostly was bedridden until her death in 1972.

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Born
Oct 15, 1893
Arthur, Ontario
Spouses
Nationality
  • Canada
Died
Jan 24, 1972
Toronto

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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