Kirstine Stewart

Kirstine Stewart on the limits of “leaning in”

As the former head of the CBC and Twitter Canada embarks on new role, she says it’s time for business to adapt to women’s needs—not the other way around

How you’re raised may affect whether you ask for a raise

Opinion: Salary negotiation is a game of language, which studies say is socialized early, along gender lines—putting women at a disadvantage

20 jobs that have the biggest gender wage gaps in Canada

The occupation with the highest wage gap may surprise you

Celebrity wage gaps where women are paid shockingly less than men

Women reportedly make as little as $0.30 to the dollar compared to their male counterparts

How to address pay equity: video

Three writers join Breakfast Television to explain why the pay gap matters—and why the fight for pay equity is so important

Comparing pay equity apples with bananas

Opinion: The pay equity debate is about the inexact and elastic notion of value, which is neither science nor art but closer to voodoo economics

Not your mother’s wage gap: How millennials experience pay inequality

Opinion: As the economy evolves, young Canadian women—raised to believe they can do anything—are facing new challenges

How ‘Indspire’ supports Indigenous education—and works for change

Canada’s only national Indigenous-led charity is the largest funder of post-secondary education in the country, aside from the federal government

James Damore doesn’t understand women in STEM—or even STEM itself

Tabatha Southey: James Damore is suing Google for discrimination over his memo. But his beliefs ignore truths about science—and his own industry

Hadiya Roderique on the gender pay gap from the law firm to academia

Former Bay Street lawyer and now PhD candidate Hadiya Roderique shares her experience with the gender pay gap.

The Australian bake sale that inspired our pay equity issue

Madeline Price had no idea her university bake sale would enrage online trolls and cause her to lose control of the story. But Price’s tale has a happy ending.

Diana Matheson on the pay gap in women’s sports

Diana Matheson, a veteran of Canada’s women’s national soccer team, talks about the pay gap between men’s and women’s teams in soccer and across all sports.