First female graduate in Canada from an electrical engineering program makes shortlist to appear on bank note

Monday, November 28, 2016

In 2018, Canadians could see a woman’s face on their currency other than the Queen’s – and two weeks from now, they’ll find out which one. The Bank of Canada released a shortlist of five women ahead of an announcement on Dec. 8 when the winner will be chosen. 

Elizabeth “Elsie” Muriel Gregory MacGill, first female graduate of electrical engineering at the University of Toronto (1927), has made this shortlist.  Read the full story in the Globe and Mail.

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