gender inequality

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If Gillette wants to fix gender inequity, it should start with its razors

Anne Kingston: Actual change would mean an end to the absurd gender-ification and price discrimination perpetuated in the marketing of shaving products.
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Elizabeth Renzetti on how feminism is changing in the age of #MeToo

The author of ’Shrewed’ contends we’re at a historic moment in gender relations, and there’s no going back
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Advancing women’s equality could mean a windfall for all Canadians

Addressing Canada’s largest gender gaps could be worth $150 billion to Canada’s GDP by 2026. Here’s how it could happen.
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Gender inequality in the sciences? It’s still very present in Canada.

In the last few decades, very little has changed for Canadian women in science, technology, engineering and math