Canadian women less optimistic about gender equality at work, survey finds

Women in Canada are becoming more pessimistic about gender equality in the workplace, with a majority feeling the pace of change has been slow despite more awareness and they still aren't being offered the same opportunities as men, according to a recent survey.

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