Margaret Crang

Profession: 
Lawyer, member of Edmonton City Council, 1933-1937, on a Labour ticket
Hometown(s): 
Edmonton, Alberta
Education: 
University of Alberta, law school
Political affiliation: 
Canadian Labour Party; Cooperative Commonwealth Federation
Affiliations to union and social groups: 
Active with unemployed groups; League Against War and Fascism; Committee to Aid Spanish Democracy, including speaking at and organizing for Bethune's speaking tour
Approximate date arrived in Spain: 
1936-08-00
1938-00-00
Unit: 
Geneva World Youth Congress: Youth Delegate
Final status: 

Survived

Other: 
Crang visited the front lines in Madrid and fired two shots at the fascist lines, which may have damaged her political career in Alberta
Sources: 
Petrou; Ancestry; Hannant, "My God, Are They Sending Women Now?"