There are still too many women in power in Canada, and the Canadian Government is only going to make things worse.
Women are still not getting equal pay and paid family leave, while the majority of young Canadians are still in school.
The Conservative government wants to end gender parity in the workplace, and they’re proposing to take women out of the home.
And they’re making it worse.
For example, they’re pushing to change the way women are paid to help their families.
If we have a women’s shelter, it’s going to be a women-owned business, and we should not be giving up our right to make decisions about our own lives, said Linda Wicks, who leads a group of women and men in Ottawa that has been campaigning to end all discrimination against women and children.
She is part of a national coalition called Women on the Move, which has been calling on the Conservative government to reverse the changes made by the previous government, including the one that would have abolished the child care benefit for women.
The new proposals are an effort to end a decades-long fight by the feminist movement to end the gender wage gap and end what they call the patriarchy that has led to women being paid less for equal work.
While it may seem counterintuitive to see the government go to this effort, it is necessary to recognize that women’s issues have been around for a long time and we have made strides.
Women were forced into the domestic sphere during the Industrial Revolution and were the first to be denied access to the male-dominated professions, including law, medicine, dentistry and law.
Women’s rights activists fought for women to have equal rights and equal pay.
They were also forced into a male-driven economy, which led to the creation of the family, which was used as a tool to protect men from female competition.
The feminist movement, along with the feminist, labor and civil rights movements, fought for gender parity for women, which means equal pay for equal labor, equal rights for women and equal rights of women in their workplace.
The new proposal to abolish the family benefit would remove funding from the Family Tax Benefit and the Child Care Benefit, which is why I think this is so urgent, said Sarah Smith, a policy adviser at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, a group that advocates for the rights of workers.
This is a big issue for women in this country, and I think that it’s very important that the government recognizes that, she said.
This government has not been very progressive on women.
They’ve been quite supportive of the women’s movement, and women are still making strides.
And I think it’s important that this government recognizes this and moves in the right direction, said Smith.
According to the Canadian Labour Congress, in the 2016 census, women made up 20 per cent of the workforce, and 40 per cent were employed in service jobs.
Women made up 13.5 per cent and men made up 11.5 percent of the labour force.
And the government has proposed cutting back on the amount of paid leave for women working full-time by 10 per cent.
“We’ve been seeing progress on women in the workforce for a number of years, and this is the first time that we’ve seen that happen,” said Julie Gavreau, a spokesperson for the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, a non-profit that represents more than 20,000 small businesses.
“I think we need to take a look at the numbers to see if there is anything that can be done, and what the impact would be, and that’s why we’ve called for an end to gender pay gaps and to eliminate the childcare benefit.”
Women are the ones who are being hurt in this debate, said Gavrieres.
“There is a gender wage inequality that affects women more than men.
That is a problem for all of us.
And it is a situation that affects us all.”