Compared to their mostly male letter carrier counterparts in urban areas, rural and suburban mail carriers, 70 per cent of whom are women, earn 20 per cent less for doing the same work.
This study, co-published by CCPA and Oxfam Canada, looks at how women in Canada and around the world are affected by rising inequality, including the burden of unpaid work and more.
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January 28, 2016 was the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote in Manitoba. That date was a day to celebrate the sheer determination of women's suffrage to make gains for Canadian women.
Alongside other Mayan women leaders, Blanca is promoting women's equality in Guatemala. Will you help her?
Cybermisogyny is at it again, but this story has a silver lining. This one's for the brave troll-slayers out there making the Internet a safer place for women.
With only three weeks left to vote in the Metro Vancouver Transit and Transportation Referendum few have cast their ballots. Here is my take on the Referendum, from a feminist perspective.
On November 20, 2014 I asked the Vancouver Women's Field Hockey League to give players the choice to wear shorts as part of their uniform. Their response might surprise you.
I know the difference between monopoly money and what's in my wallet. Not so Federal Budget 2014 -- at least not when it comes to public spending to improve the lives of women.
Elected officials, unions, urban planners, academics and advocacy groups are coming together for the inaugural Engaging Women, Transforming Cities national conference on May 30.