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Document List Using "women"

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  Abusive Relationships
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Information about options available to help deal with abuse and violence in relationships.
  Action Plan for Saskatchewan Women, 2002
(Advanced Education) The Status of Women Office works in partnership with all government ministries, Crown Investments Corporation, and the community, to realize the goal of equality for Saskatchewan women.
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  Demographic and Socioeconomic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Education, 2016
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes the level of completed formal education among Saskatchewan women. Some related indicators describing enrollment in secondary and post-secondary institutions in the province are included but the main focus is on the level of formal education already obtained.
  Demographic and Socioeconomic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Immigrant Women, 2016
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes the characteristics of women who are immigrants or non-permanent residents. This group of women is virtually synonymous with the group of Saskatchewan women who were born outside Canada.
  Demographic and Socioeconomic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Indigenous Women, 2016
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes some of the social and economic characteristics of the growing population of Indigenous women in Saskatchewan.
  Demographic and Socioeconomic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Labour Market Indicators, 2016
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes the labour market statistics for Saskatchewan women.
  Demographic and Socioeconomic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Lone Parent Women, 2016
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes some of the demographic, social, and economic characteristics of Saskatchewan women who are single parents.
  Demographic and Socioeconomic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Personal Income Indicators, 2016
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes personal income, including wage rates, for Saskatchewan women.
  Demographic and Socioeconomic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Rural Women, 2016
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes some social and economic characteristics of Saskatchewan women who live in rural areas.
  Demographic and Socioeconomic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Senior Women, 2016
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes some of the social and economic characteristics of senior women, 65 years of age or older, in Saskatchewan.
  Demographic and Socioeconomic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Women who are Members of a Visible Minority, 2016
(Advanced Education) Members of a visible minority group are defined as those who are non-white in colour or non-Caucasian in race and who self-identify in the census as Chinese, South Asian, Black, Filipino, Latin American, Southeast Asian, Arab, West Asian, Korean, Japanese, or a combination of these.
  Demographic and Socioeconomic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Women with Disabilities, 2016
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes some of the social and economic characteristics of Saskatchewan women who report having a disability.
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  Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value and Pay Equity Policy, 1999
(Advanced Education) This policy framework sets out minimum standards required of employers within Executive government, the Crown sector and the Health sector to meet government’s equal pay for work of equal value policy goals as applied to compensation practices. Employers who have or will be undertaking equal pay for work of equal value job evaluation must meet these minimum standards in order to receive approval for the funding of salary adjustments resulting from the equal pay for work of equal value job evaluation process. The expected outcomes from this process are equitable compensation practices which achieve both pay equity and internal equity.
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  Government Initiatives Responding to Women's Issues, 2002
(Advanced Education) This document outlines key issues identified by women through the consultation process as well as key government and crown sector initiatives that respond to the issues.
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  Pregnancy, Parenting and the Workplace, 2006
(Advanced Education) What employees and employers need to know.
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  Sex and Gender Equality in Saskatchewan: Education, 2010
(Advanced Education) Sex and Gender Equality in Saskatchewan is a four-part report intended to inform and raise awareness about the impact of sex and gender on life experiences and outcomes for women and men in Saskatchewan, and to contribute to and advance work to increase women’s security and independence.
  Sex and Gender Equality in Saskatchewan: Income and Wealth, 2010
(Advanced Education) Sex and Gender Equality in Saskatchewan is a four-part report intended to inform and raise awareness about the impact of sex and gender on life experiences and outcomes for women and men in Saskatchewan, and to contribute to and advance work to increase women’s security and independence.
  Sex and Gender Equality in Saskatchewan: Living Arrangements, 2010
(Advanced Education) Sex and Gender Equality in Saskatchewan is a four-part report intended to inform and raise awareness about the impact of sex and gender on life experiences and outcomes for women and men in Saskatchewan, and to contribute to and advance work to increase women’s security and independence.
  Sex and Gender Equality in Saskatchewan: Paid and Unpaid Work, 2010
(Advanced Education) Sex and Gender Equality in Saskatchewan is a four-part report intended to inform and raise awareness about the impact of sex and gender on life experiences and outcomes for women and men in Saskatchewan, and to contribute to and advance work to increase women’s security and independence.
  Socio-Demographic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Aboriginal Women, 2009
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes some of the social and economic characteristics of the growing population of Aboriginal women in Saskatchewan.
  Socio-Demographic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Education, 2009
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes the level of completed formal education among Saskatchewan women. Some related indicators describing enrollment in secondary and post-secondary institutions in the province are included but the main focus is on the level of formal education already obtained.
  Socio-Demographic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Immigrant Women, 2009
(Advanced Education) These statistics exclude the relatively few women who are in Canada only temporarily (non-permanent residents) to work or study or while they are waiting to be admitted as refugees.
  Socio-Demographic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Income, 2009
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes personal income received by Saskatchewan women, arguably one of the most important socioeconomic indicators for individuals.
  Socio-Demographic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Lone Parent Women, 2009
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes some of the demographic, social, and economic characteristics of Saskatchewan women who are single parents.
  Socio-Demographic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Rural Women, 2009
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes some social and economic characteristics of Saskatchewan women who live in rural areas.
  Socio-Demographic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Unpaid Work, 2009
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes the workers of unpaid activities (sometimes referred to as “non-market work”). Such activities include unpaid housework, unpaid child care, unpaid senior care, volunteer work, and unpaid work in a family business.
  Socio-Demographic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Women who are Members of a Visible Minority, 2009
(Advanced Education) Members of a visible minority group are defined as those who are non-white in colour or non-Caucasian in race and who self-identify in the census as Chinese, South Asian, Black, Filipino, Latin American, Southeast Asian, Arab, West Asian, Korean, Japanese, or a combination of these.
  Socio-Demographic Profiles of Saskatchewan Women: Women with Disabilities, 2009
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes some of the social and economic characteristics of Saskatchewan women who report having a disability.
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  Torn From Our Midst
(University of Regina Press) More than 300 women and men gathered in August 2008 at a conference entitled Missing Women: Decolonization, Third Wave Feminisms, and Indigenous People of Canada and Mexico. Here, personal stories and theoretical tools were brought together, as academics, activists, family members of missing and murdered women, police, media, policy-makers, justice workers, and members of faith communities offered their perspectives on the issue of racialized, sexualized violence
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  Unpaid Work by Women, 2009
(Advanced Education) Covers unpaid activities (sometimes referred to as “non-market work”). Such activities include unpaid housework, unpaid child care, unpaid senior care, volunteer work, and unpaid work in a family business.
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  Women in the Labour Force, 2009
(Advanced Education) This statistical profile describes the activities of Saskatchewan women in the paid labour market.
  Women in the Saskatchewan Labour Market: A Comparison of Wage Rates, 2008
(Advanced Education) The report provides a broad range of statistics about women in Saskatchewan’s labour market and then focuses on average hourly wage rates.
  Women in the Saskatchewan Labour Market: A Comparison of Wage Rates, 2010
(Advanced Education) This report provides an overview of women in Saskatchewan's labour market.
  Women in the Saskatchewan Labour Market: A Comparison of Wage Rates, 2012
(Advanced Education) This report provides an overview of women in Saskatchewan's labour market.
  Women in the Saskatchewan Labour Market: A Comparison of Wage Rates, 2017
(Advanced Education) This report provides an overview of women in Saskatchewan's labour market.
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