Working women in Ontario are doing all they can to get by: they're working hard, they're driving enrolments in bachelor and master's degree programs at our universitites. But when it comes to pay, the gap between men and women remains. Women in Ontario earn 28% less than men. And we know that racialized women, Aboriginal women and women with disabilities disproportionately find themselves on the lower end of the income scale in Ontario - reflecting systemic discrimination in the labour market. None of this is inevitable.
Learn more about the pay gap between men and women in Ontario with this new CCPA-Ontario report by legal expert Mary Cornish and find out how we can close the gap. For starters, take a look at this simple, shareable flow chart:
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