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Vote: Should Canada have a quota system to get more women on corporate boards?

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In Canada, there are no requirements for private sector boards to hire women as directors. Women account for about 10 per cent of directors on boards of publicly traded companies.

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Other countries -- including Norway, Spain, France and Italy -- have adopted some form of quota requirements for corporate boards, and are seeing good results.

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