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Kate McInturff | It's that exciting time of year when economists start making submissions to the federal Finance Committee about what they'd like to see in Budget 2018. What would a feminist budget look like?
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Linda McQuaig | Trump's surprise election has alerted us to the depth of dissatisfaction with the status quo. But will Trump and his crowd get to define and shape that anti-status quo sentiment?
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Trish Hennessy, Manisha Aggarwal-Schifellite | The experts at the CCPA have been tracking economic developments in Ontario throughout the year. Here are 10 charts that helped define the state of income, work, and the role of government in 2016.
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Iglika Ivanova | "The Best and Worst Places to be a Woman In Canada 2015" ranks Canada's 25 biggest cities based on the gaps in how men and women are faring in five key areas. Iglika Ivanova surveys the results.
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Retiree Matters, Louisette Hinton | In April, the Union Coalition for Free Negotiation held a discussion about the inequalities of retirement security for women. Louisette Hinton reports back on what women need to know.
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Angella MacEwen | The Ontario government has launched a review of their labour laws, and the Toronto Workers' Action Centre took this opportunity to make 47 concrete recommendations to improve legislative protections.
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Elvira Truglia | Award-winning journalist Francine Pelletier spoke to some 200 people at Concordia University on what it takes for women to be heard, 25 years after the Montreal Massacre at Ecole Polytechnique.
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Toby Sanger | Women left Canada's labour force in record numbers last year. Who are they and why did they leave?
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Ian Hussey, Kathleen Lahey | A new Parkland Institute report demonstrates that women in Alberta, who were early leaders in moving toward greater sex equality, face the largest gender wage gap in Canada.
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Kate McInturff | The wage gap is a thing. It exists. It isn't pretty. It is the face of discrimination. It isn't going to go away if we close our eyes and hold our breath and count to one hundred.
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Kate McInturff | If private sector compensation looked more like public sector compensation, the gender wage gap would narrow, discrimination would diminish, and CEOs would take a pay cut.
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Kate McInturff | What is the wage gap? When two people have the same job, work the same hours and make different amounts of money, that is a wage gap.