Canadian female philosophers

Hamish was musing that he couldn’t think of any Canadian female philosophers. I came up with a couple:

Jane Jacobs (author of The Death and Life of Great American Cities, basically founded urban studies)

Janice Gross Stein (author of The Cult of Efficiency)

Linda McQuaig (journalist and economic theorist, basically the David Suzuki of economics; All You Can Eat)

Naomi Klein (author of No Logo)

Margaret Somerville (medical ethicist)

Any others?

Hamish would like to clarify that he could think of two 19th-century Canadian female philosophers, but not 20th-century ones.

I guess Margaret Atwood counts (her contributions to Canadian literary theory, ne?)