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Jul 25, 2001 | Article

From Principle to Reality: Enforcing Canadian Women's Rights to Economic Equality

Canadian women, who account for nearly half the labour force face very substantial economic inequalities. In addition to performing work that is central to their employer’s business, women support themselves, their children, and often their spouses and parents as well as contributing to their communities. Yet, Canadian women performing paid work are still greatly disadvantaged in comparison to men.

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