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Aboriginal women and jobs

Ministers Responsible for the Status of Women (Canada).

Aboriginal women and jobs

chasllenges and issues for employability programs in Quebec

by Ministers Responsible for the Status of Women (Canada).

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Published by Ministers Responsible for the Status of Women Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Native women -- Employment -- Quebec (Province).,
  • Native women, Services for -- Quebec (Province).,
  • Manpower policy -- Quebec (Province).

  • Edition Notes

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    Statementby Carole Levesque ... [et al.]
    The Physical Object
    Pagination107 p. ;
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21594266M

    Aboriginal women are not only disproportionately over-represented but also the fastest growing population sentenced to federal prisons. The over-representation is even more pronounced in terms of Aboriginal women incarceration rates: As of April , Aboriginal women accounted for % of the total female offender population (SOURCE 5). Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Aboriginal Women and Jobs: Challenges and Issues for Employability Programs in at the best online .

      Population Structure and Place of Residence. In , Aboriginal females who resided in Ontario made up approximately 11% of the total female Aboriginal population. 31% of Aboriginal women resided in the Western Provinces which includes Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and BC.; In , the median age of the Aboriginal population was 27 years, compared with 40 years for non-Aboriginal . Students use images and written sources to ask historical questions about the past. the activities are designed to introduce students to images as historical records of people, places and events in the past. students examine images from the State Library of NSW to investigate the everyday life activities of Aboriginal women during the early years of the British colony.

    In , 6 percent of B.C. Aboriginal women trained in the trades, compared to 9 percent of B.C. non-Aboriginal men, who have the highest enrolment in the trades overall. Greater barriers for Aboriginal women. While these numbers seem positive, Aboriginal women face additional significant barriers to entering the trades.   Aboriginal women are "leading the way in labour markets," according to a recent Toronto-Dominion Bank paper that finds they have seen the "largest bounce back" .


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