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Twelve women candidates the most in a decade

When Tiffany Paulsen first ran for a spot on Saskatoon city council 16 years ago, she 11 other women were doing the same thing.

This year’s election also features 12 women among the 40 candidates for the 10 councillor positions and the mayor’s chair. 284 more words

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Windsor women invited to financial empowerment talk

Women’s Enterprise Skills Training of Windsor is hosting the Women’s Financial Empowerment Summit on Friday, Oct. 21 at the Best Western Plus Waterfront Hotel, 277 Riverside Dr. 189 more words

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Saskatoon and Regina among worst major cities for Canadian women

Saskatoon and Regina are two of the worst cities to live in if you’re a Canadian woman, according to a national report released Thursday.

The report, by the… 335 more words


Calgary rated one of worst Canadian cities for women workers in pay equity and employment

Calgary ranks near the very bottom of the best cities in which to be a woman in Canada, a new study finds.

Calgary placed 23rd out of 25 of the country’s largest metropolitan areas. 580 more words

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Saskatoon one of worst cities in Canada to be a woman: CCPA study

Saskatoon is not a great place to be a woman, according to the results of an annual national study by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. 646 more words

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Updated: Is Windsor the 'worst city' in Canada for women?

As a girl growing up, Cheryl Hardcastle recalls asking her parents why all the local election signs only featured men.

As a young Tecumseh woman, she witnessed Elizabeth Kishkon’s 1983 election as Windsor’s first woman mayor. 903 more words

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