CME survey shows 85% of companies are having trouble filling job vacancies.
Looming shortage of apprentices means lost profits and paycheques for Ontarians
How do we get more ladies and others interested in manufacturing?
30 years after ecole Polytechnique shooting Canada still lags other industrialized countries in the proportion of women enrolled in undergraduate engineering programs.
Statistics Canada says changes in distribution of men and women in occupations was key to the smaller wage gap.
Women were better represented on boards of larger companies.
Last time Canada was without any woman as premier was between November 2002 and November 2008.
Says interest groups trying to roll back women’s rights, politicians are giving into the public pressure.
Manufacturing and construction sectors had the lowest shares, at 14.4% and 12.8%.
Plans a much narrower focus than Canada’s, hoping to make clear and concrete improvements in women’s lives.
Lack of access to capital is one of the biggest challenges for women entrepreneurs.
Top-earning women still paid less than men, numbers in top roles have shrunk compared to five years ago.
60 recommendations covering women’s safety, financial empowerment; and their participation in decisions made on climate actions.
Similar to the lower rates offered to private Canadian-controlled corporations.
Idea is to promote the interests of those who have been ignored in the past.