It’s 2019. Where are all the women in corporate Canada?

By Dawn Calleja, Steve Brearton and Joanna Pachner | The Globe and Mail | May 31, 2019

By now, female executives were supposed to have smashed through the glass ceiling and reached parity in corporate leadership positions.

But look around: Men still dominate the boardrooms and C-suites of Canadian companies. We take a look at exclusive data and speak with leading female business leaders—and a male ally—to find out what it will take to finally bring equality to corporate Canada

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