"NICE WOMEN DON'T WANT THE VOTE." Glanmore National Historic Site Celebrates the 100th Anniversary of Women Winning the Right to Vote "Nice Women Don't Want the Vote," an exhibit developed by the Manitoba Museum, is now open at Glanmore National Historic Site in Belleville, ON. “Nice Women Don’t Want the Vote,” outlines the historical context of the Suffragist movement and commemorates the 100th anniversary of Manitoba women winning the right to vote. Although the exhibit specifically highlights the suffragist movement in Manitoba, Ontario was not too far behind, granting some women the right to vote in April 2017 through a bill put forward by Belleville resident and local Member of the Ontario Legislative Assembly, J.W. Johnson. Nice Women Don't Want the Vote is on display until May 7, 2017 at Glanmore National Historic Site, 257 Bridge Street East, Belleville. For more information visit www.glanmore.ca or call 613-962-2329.