By: Catherine Porter, Columnist, Published on Thu Oct 22 2015

“We all have high hopes for the Trudeau regime. We hope he works to make Canada safer for women, and more fair. We hope he pushes business to pay women as much as men with legislation (a recent internal presentation by the Status of Women Canada, acquired by CBC news, stated Canadian women aged 45 to 54 make $23,600 less than their male counterparts, on average). We hope he brings more women into not just cabinet posts, but department leadership positions, and changes our electoral system to finally herald more women into parliament. (On Monday, women’s representation in the House of Commons edged up one measly percentage point to 26.)

But, to start, we’ll settle for an invitation to talk. “That alone, would be the biggest change,” says Dale.”

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