100 Canadians earn more than 99.9 per cent of the working population of Canada. But if you are woman, odds are you are not on that lovely list. Not now, not ever. It would take the average working age woman in Canada 235 years (or 85,778 days) to make as much as one of these CEOs makes in a single year.
Kate McInturff is a senior researcher with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, and the director of the Centre’s initiative on gender equality and public policy, Making Women Count. You can follow Kate on Twitter @katemcinturff.
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