What’s delightful about the dreadful sexual abuse scandals consuming Canada’s military is, no matter how blind and deaf our generals are to investigating their own
Germany’s coalition government recently voted to enforce quotas for women in senior management of the country’s public companies. Next year, management boards with more than three members
Next February, Jane Fraser will become the CEO of Citigroup, making her the first female CEO of a giant Wall Street bank. This is great,
Counting the commentaries on International Women’s Day last Friday could fool us into thinking women are breaking the glass ceilings in the corridors of power.
They say a problem redefined is a problem half-solved. Nowhere is this truer than with the problem of women on boards and in corner offices.
Toronto is the most diverse city in the world, yet many of its arts boards are woefully bereft of women and men of colour. Four
Of the 12 largest European markets, five – France, Germany, Belgium, Italy and Norway — have mandatory quotas on women serving on boards. So, 46
Last month brought the news that nearly 20 per cent of Canada’s board members are women. That is a lot better than a decade ago, when it
On Wednesday, Justin Trudeau will announce a new cabinet made up 50 per cent of women. That example could have painful consequences for a community
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