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Meagan Gillmore | Despite work towards gender equality, women still struggle for recognition in the workforce, and the labour movement. Two women labour leaders weigh in.
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Kate Bezanson | Where are all the women in Canada's labour force?
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Ella Bedard | In the age of globalization, with a shrinking manufacturing industry, teachers, nurses and civil servants are the new faces of labour.
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Julia Smith | Conditions in Canadian-owned factories are among the worst in Honduras. CODEMUH, along with Canadian unions, is advocating for workers' rights and to strengthen occupational health and safety laws.
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Lyndsay Kirkham | When Lyndsay Kirkham overheard a conversation between two men in the tech industry discussing women's roles in the workplace, the blatant discrimination and sexism didn't seem all that surprising.
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H.G. Watson | Women in Canada's labour movement are rising in numbers, however, leadership positions still disproportionally elude women and union women still face the same barriers in the workplace.