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Angella MacEwen | This will be the third year that the Ontario provincial government officially recognizes Equal Pay Day, but this year there is cause to be hopeful that change is in the works.
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Davis Carr | The question of whether the cost of the prime minister's nannies should come out of the public purse is central to this discussion. In fact, it's the only important discussion we should be having.
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Retiree Matters, Sonja Alton | Gender inequality doesn't just extend to wages and workplace discrimination: it also impacts on a woman's pension and benefits at work and as she transitions from the workplace to retirement.
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Kaylie Tiessen | Here's another good reason to invest in high-quality, universal child care in Canada: improvements in women's labour force participation.
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Jim Stanford | The economic arguments in favour of public, accessible child care are powerful. Here is a commentary summarizing the many benefits of a universal public child-care program.
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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?