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Canada lags behind Western nations in bridging women’s wage gap

Author: 
Shulman, Michael
Publication Date: 
27 May 2016
Entered Date: 
1 Jun 2016

Pregnancy and maternity discrimination report

Author: 
Adams, Lorna; Winterbotham, Mark; Oldfield, Katie; McLeish, Jenny; Stuart, Alasdair; Large, Alice; Murphy, Liz; Rossiter, Helen & Selner, Sam
Publication Date: 
1 Apr 2016
Entered Date: 
3 May 2016

Quality early education for all: Fostering creative, entrepreneurial, resilient and capable learners

Author: 
O' Connell, Megan; Fox, Stacey; Hinz, Bronwyn & Cole, Hannah
Publication Date: 
20 Apr 2016
Entered Date: 
27 Apr 2016

Why we should be investing in disadvantaged children

Author: 
Diakiw, Jerry
Publication Date: 
26 Apr 2016
Entered Date: 
27 Apr 2016

The power of parity: Advancing women's equality in the United States

Author: 
Ellingrud, Kweilin; Madgavkar, Anu; Manyika, James; Woetzel, Jonathan; Riefberg, Vivian; Krishnan, Mekala & Seoni, Mili
Publication Date: 
13 Apr 2016
Entered Date: 
13 Apr 2016

Equal worth: Designing effective pay equity laws for Alberta

Author: 
Lahey, Kathleen A.
Publication Date: 
7 Mar 2016
Entered Date: 
8 Mar 2016

International study finds Irish men contribute least to childcare

Author: 
D'Arcy, Ciarán
Publication Date: 
4 Mar 2016
Entered Date: 
8 Mar 2016

Closing the gap: Progress and priorities report 2016

Author: 
Holland, Christopher
Publication Date: 
10 Feb 2016
Entered Date: 
10 Feb 2016

Indigenous Closing the Gap goals 'back a generation'

Author: 
Wahlquist, Calla
Publication Date: 
10 Feb 2016
Entered Date: 
10 Feb 2016

@petermansbridge to @JustinTrudeau: "It's 2016. Isn't it time for a national day care program?”

February 4, 2016 by Martha Friendly

It wasn’t surprising that child care was one of the topics Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was pressed about last Sunday on CBC’s Face to Face with the Prime Minister.  There are millions of families in all regions—families like that of the CBC’s representative young middle class mom Jenna Fray— who are struggling with child care. Parents cannot find and afford good quality child care for love or money.

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