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 aroundRead More →
Opinion: Salary negotiation is a game of language, which studies say is socialized early, along gender lines—putting women at a disadvantage
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Opinion: As the economy evolves, young Canadian women—raised to believe they can do anything—are facing new challenges
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Canada's only national Indigenous-led charity is the largest funder of post-secondary education in the country, aside from the federal government
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Tabatha Southey: James Damore is suing Google for discrimination over his memo. But his beliefs ignore truths about science—and his own industry
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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.
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Former Bay Street lawyer and now PhD student Hadiya Roderique shares her experience with the gender pay gap.
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