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Discussion: Is Canada really the best G20 country for women?

Queen's University economics major Hana Dhanani is the Canadian delegate to the G(irls)20 Summit in Paris.

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Canada is the most woman-friendly country in the G20 group of nations, according to a new poll of experts.

But that ranking disguises the fact that we still have a long way to go for true gender equality, charges one leading Canadian expert.

Join us for a discussion at noon ET on Wednesday with Kathleen Lahey, a Queen's University law professor. (Mobile users click here)

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