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Lianne Manzer, director of data science at RBC Wealth Management, shares her advice for women in male-dominated industries such as STEM and finance.
In 1976, Eva Moyle-Amerl confidently entered the trading floor in downtown Toronto. She was breaking the law.
Setting up the next generation of young women leaders for long-term success.
Canada’s working women surged out of the pandemic.
We all have responsibility for getting more Canadians back to work and managing the forces of automation and digitalization. The greater the number of people who participate in Canada’s recovery, the stronger our economy will be.
Almost half a million Canadian women who lost their jobs during the pandemic hadn’t returned to work as of January.
Difference-makers like Sylvia Parris-Drummond are driving for change—even in times of upheaval and tragedy. ”We're in a pandemic of COVID and a pandemic of racism,” she says.
While Canadian women tend to live about five years longer than men, research shows females account for about 70 percent of people living with dementia and brain-aging diseases.
COVID downturn sees job losses eclipse those of any other recession
We continue to expect volatility to remain elevated in the near term until clarity emerges on the potential containment of the coronavirus.