In late October, the CCPA released its fourth annual ranking of the best and worst cities in Canada to be a woman. The report by CCPA senior researcher Kate McInturff, our cover feature in this issue of the Monitor, provides a snapshot of the gaps in men’s and women’s access to economic security, personal security, education, health and positions of leadership in communities across the country.
Also in this issue:
- Alyssa O’Dell checks the feminist cred of Canada’s new foreign aid policy
- Francesca Rhodes finds reasons to welcome a gender lens on the NAFTA renegotiations
- Saadia Muzaffar asks why we are not doing enough to integrate immigrant women into STEM industries
- The Corporate Mapping Project uncovers widespread discrimination against women and minorities in the oil and gas sector
- Tim McSorley explains why "better than C-51" is not good enough for the Liberal security policy redo
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Cover illustration by Jessica Fortner