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Indigenous women, women of colour, and queer women are less likely to enjoy safety and income equality.
Policies like subsidized day care can make an enormous difference, data shows.
Once untouchable icons are falling, industries are being reshaped, and a new era has begun — except in my universe: the health sector.
The opportunity to be your authentic self — whether it's as a woman, a mother or a wife — fosters a more positive and trustworthy workplace.
As a First Nations woman with lived experience in the sex trade, my story and others have been erased when it comes to the fight for equality.
My parents envisioned my future in business or the academy. Those dreams never materialized because I urgently needed to be an activist.
Women are using the disguise of "feminine" handicrafts to shatter long-held gender norms. And it's brilliant.
The theme of this year's International Women's Day is #PressforProgress, and all around me I see Canadian charities that are fighting for women's rights.
Let's look closely at the extent to which Canada is meeting feminist principles — both in policy and in practice.