Myths About the Pay Gap

Despite extensive, detailed documentation from Ontario, across the country, and around the world, certain myths about the gender pay gap still persist. Read on for responses to some of the most common ones.

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The Global Gender Gap Report 2017

Talent is one of the most essential factors for growth and competitiveness. To build future economies that are both dynamic and inclusive, we must ensure that everyone has equal opportunity. When women and girls are not integrated—as both beneficiary and shaper—the global community loses out on skills, ideas and perspectives that are critical for addressing [...]

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Women in Canada: A Gender-based Statistical Report

Well-being is a multi-faceted state characterized by health, happiness, and prosperity.Note 1 It can be measured at both the macro level (i.e., countries) and the micro level (i.e., individuals, households, and families within households). This chapter of Women in Canada focuses on a particular aspect of well-being at the micro level: economic well-being.Economic well-being has [...]

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Economic Well-being

Women's economic well-being has many contributing factors, principally current income. However, income alone may not provide a full picture of women's current and future economic well-being.

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First Nations, Métis and Inuit Women

Aboriginal women share many of the same challenges and concerns as other women in Canada. However, demographically, culturally and socioeconomically, Aboriginal women are also a unique population. There is also much diversity within the Aboriginal population. Broadly speaking, Aboriginal people can be considered as three distinct groups: First Nations (North American Indian), Métis and Inuit. [...]

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