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Joint statement on International Women’s Day

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“Recognizing that access to quality child care is crucial to women’s ability to work, learn and participate in the economy, we’re working hard to make quality child care a core service that every family can depend on. And we’re closing the skills gap that has left women out of high-paying, high-demand jobs with improved skills training initiatives. To make sure that women’s work gets paid its full due, we are moving forward with plans to introduce pay transparency legislation – a first in B.C."

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