Canadian men least likely to take paternity leave due to financial concerns: report

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Fewer than half of fathers take all the paternity leave on offer while most men still see changing diapers as a woman’s job, according to a report on Wednesday that highlighted how the wage gap between men and women starts at home.
About 90 out of 187 countries now offer statutory paid paternity leave, usually for a few days or weeks, according to Promundo, a U.S.-based organization trying to engage men and boys more in promoting gender equality and preventing violence.