A subtle distinction you might want to make and some points to consider
a) no one "wins" medals. They are awarded according to several criteria - bravery and merit, generally, though some are for service (showing up). Having said that, there have been cases (even with the Victoria Cross in some rare instances) in which names have been selected at random to determine who would be awarded a medal, as representative of the actions of a group
b) women did not serve in a combat capacity in the Second World War
c) women served in dramatically lower numbers than their male counterparts
You may want to look at the CD-ROM Courage & Service which lists just about every medal recipient of the Canadian Army, Navy and Air Force of the Second World War, including all the citations. It does not break things down by gender and is all raw data, but is an invaluable source document, and available from Service Publications - http://servicepub.com
I'm unaware of any awards listing but try the history of the CWAC - "Athene" - Doug Townend will be along to be more helpful than that, I am sure.