“Nellie L. McClung (1873-1951) is English Canada’s best-known first-wave feminist.”
“Alongside the other Famous Five, including close friend Emily Murphy, McClung was an advocate of eugenics and campaigned for the sterilization of the feebleminded.”
Those statements are from her profile in https://eugenicsarchive.ca/discover/players
There are many others at the site who were advocates for eugenics, and some missed such as Tommy Douglas.
Will those tearing down statues, renaming buildings and rewriting the biographies of those whose record in the history of Canada is problematic, to say the least, be even-handed when it comes to the eugenicists?