Winona Flett, along with her sister Lynn, was prominent in the fight for women's suffrage and in other reform efforts in Winnipeg. Both were stenographers and members of the Canadian Women's Press Club and in 1912 were involved in the establishment of the Political Equality League. Winona was on its executive for many years. In 1914, Winona married Fred Dixon, who had been elected to the provincial legislature as an independent labour candidate. She remained involved in reform efforts and frequently spoke at the All Peoples' Mission's Sunday lectures. She died in 1922.