Yesterday, we released our second annual ranking of the gender gap in Canada’s 25 largest cities. The report, by CCPA Senior Researcher Kate McInturff, takes stock of how women are faring in five key areas in our country’s biggest cities and finds that when it comes to pay, jobs, and safety, men and women still don't get equal treatment.
The report has received an unprecedented response from news media and social media alike. Virtually every major media outlet in the country has covered this story, and our social media posts have elicited thousands of shares and comments—reaching more than 700,000 Facebook users in a little over a day.
Read some of the press we’ve received so far:
- What are the best and worst cities for women in Canada? New study puts Victoria on top, Waterloo Region down low [National Post]
- Report shows glaring lack of female voices on Canadian city councils [Globe and Mail]
- Best and worst places for women in Canada, according to survey [Toronto Star]
- For women, life is better in Victoria, Gatineau, Quebec City, Montreal, new study says [Canadian Press]
- Tory MP says women not taking well-paid jobs [Global News]