The Trudeau government’s pay equity bill is just a start

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When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau introduced Canada’s first gender-parity cabinet and declared it a no-brainer — “Because it’s 2015” — women across the country understandably hoped it was the beginning of a new era.
But it’s taken three long years for even this feminist-leaning government to get around to introducing pay equity legislation aimed at closing the stubborn wage gap between men and women.