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New Report: Canada’s Fast Track Partnership to Asia: The Republic of Korea

May 25, 2022 In a new report, Canada's Fast Track Partnership to Asia: The Republic of Korea, students Yuna Ban, Madeline Hieneman and Jerry Zhu argue that Canada should look beyond the U.S. market to Asia in order to expand its export, technology and partnering horizons, Canada should look to the Republic of Korea as a potential partner. Download the report now

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Early Years Policy Innovations Across Canada: A Success?

Chapter by Linda White & Adrienne Davidson Introduction The Canadian welfare state was largely built on male-breadwinner/female caregiver norms regarding employment policy, and morally regulative ‘cause of need’ rather than ‘fact of need’ social policy provision that discriminated against particular groups of women, especially those marginalized by race, sexuality, and class (Brodie, 2008, 166; Little, 1998; Valverde, 1991). The dominance of the ‘worker-citizen’ paradigm of a working father and stay-at-home mother as the ideal meant that policymakers tended to cast childcare as a ‘women’s issue’ and primarily as a family responsibility (Dobrowolsky and Jenson, 2004). For those who fell outside the norm...

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