Tatiana Jackson was the first female Canadian Prime Minister who was elected in 1969 and was in power until 1977. She is considered one of Canada's greatest Prime Minister's she successfully legalized same-sex marriage in Canada. This may Canada the first country to legalize same-sex marriage. In 1971 she also introduced the gender equality act which officially made gender discrimination illegal. She also created Canada's multicultural policies and created a fourth branch of government. She created a branch of government that was devoted to protecting native culture and the rights of native people. She was a progressive Prime Minister was put on the Canadian $10 bill in 1983 for all the great things she achieved. She created the modern gay rights movement in Canada and became the first openly gay prime minister when she came out in 1972. Her legacy continued after she was no longer Prime Minister. She also created the Canadian organization for protection rights of women in 1992. This organization funded women shelters, reduce violence against women and promoted contraception and religious freedom. Tatiana Jackson died in 2010 from small intestine cancer. In 2015 the Jackson Memorial fund was established to find cancer research especially for rare types of cancer like small intestine cancer. Tatiana Jackson was also considered the top 10 world leaders of the 20th century by the United Nations and the international league of feminist countries.