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PSAC Apr 9
Canada’s unions are calling for the timely and effective implementation of Canada’s new pay equity legislation.
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Mae J. Nam Apr 9
Banksy + I are wearing red today for . Women make 32% less than men but the gap is even wider for some: - racialized women make 40% less - Indigenous women make 45% less - immigrant women make 55% less - women with a disability make 56% less
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Tanya Nayler Apr 11
The quest for universal child care has been referred to as the "Never-ending Story". But you know what? Mothers are sick of this damn story. Sending out cheques does nothing to improve access to quality care. Get it together
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Canadian Labour Apr 8
Women across Canada deserve equal pay for work of equal value. In 2018, the feds introduced the Pay Equity Act, but the fight to end wage discrimination is far from over. Email your MP to do more right now
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Katherine Scott Apr 9
Replying to @ScottKatherineJ
If those same Indigenous and racialized women were making the same salaries as non-Indigenous and non-racialized men, they would be adding roughly $43 billion more to Canada’s economy and their own bank accounts
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Canadian Labour Apr 9
Workers in Ontario fought hard for the Pay Transparency Act in 2018 to close the wage gap in Ontario, but the provincial government hasn’t moved on it. Let’s make it clear that we want them to. Share this now.
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Kelly Apr 12
NAPE launches a new Campaign. An initiative to fight Violence against Woman Congratulations NAPE and
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OFL Apr 9
speaking at : We are for pay equity. We need economic justice for women now. Everyone in this province must be treated equally.
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Scott Florence Apr 9
If you aren't yet following , today is the day to start!
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Canadian Labour Apr 9
Canada’s unions mark Equal Pay Day with a call for pay equity implementation now
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Marie Clarke Walker Dec 6
Today we commemorate the lives of 14 women who were murdered in 1989 just because they were women. Today, I also want to remind everyone that we still have Indigenous & Racialized women who are missing & murdered. Violence & harassment against women must end now.
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TrekkerTeach Apr 10
have promised universal for decades, but never actually support it when we get close to making it reality. We're . Really looking forward to helping unseat Nancy Pelosi; she's an impediment to progress...
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Dana Stefov Apr 9
We are for a remedy to Canada’s extractives record abroad. Canada must defend women human rights defenders with recourse, justice and the . Canada can do better. We must.
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Robyn Lawson: Itisahwâkan Mar 23
Women in Canada are for safety, equity and economic justice. End sexual harassment and violence. End wage discrimination. Fix the child care crisis. Add your voice.
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YWCA Cambridge Apr 9
It's On avg, women in ON must work 15.5 months to make what a man does in 12. The gender pay gaps are larger for women w disabilities, Indigenous women, racialized women, trans women and immigrant women.    
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Purple Socks Boy Apr 9
.⁦⁩ activists are in red and . On Equal Pay Day, let’s end gendered wage discrimination.
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Ashley Davis Feb 21
Met with this morning for 19th Annual Day at Queen’s Park . It was also a pleasure sitting in on the conference for Bill 63 . Thanks for listening, and for your great work Bhutila.
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Vicky Smallman 8h
harassment and violence should never be “part of the job”!
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🐙Kerri Claire Neil🐙 Mar 3
Sitting @ the cool kids table @ the Bread & Roses Brunch 🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️
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Suzanne MacNeil Mar 8
Happy International Women’s Day! Women in Canada are . It’s time for action from government: • End wage discrimination. • End sexual harassment and violence. • Fix the child care crisis. ⁠ ⁠
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