Here is proof that Flora Macdonald Denison, Toronto journalist, continued to be active with the National Suffrage Association, even after she was kicked out as the President in 1914.
The following article is from the 1916 Bon Echo Sunset, a literary magazine Denison edited.
Denison is discussing Mrs. Pankhurst. She says that Mrs. Pankhurst is an effective wartime speaker only because she has been a martyr in peacetime - so the mothers of Canada, who must give up their sons to the war, can relate to her.
Denison, supposedly, was ousted as President of the NSA because of her vocal support for the militant Mrs. Pankhurst.
This article, I'm assuming, is in the public domain. Flora Denison died in 1921.
Read Furies Cross the Mersey, the story of the British Invasion of Militant Suffragettes to Canada in 1912/13. The follow up will be Service and Disservice, about the Canadian suffragists during the war and the Conscription Crisis.