Where the gender wage gap is the largest in Canada.
The gender pay gap in Canada is well-documented. According to a 2010 study, only three of the 30 OECD nations had a wider male-female income discrepancy than here at home, where men and women often hold the same jobs but do not take home the same salary.
Where, though, are women compensated with the least regard for what their male counterparts earn? With data from Statistics Canada, MSN analyzed the average salaries of both male and female workers to find the provinces where the gender wage gap is the largest. How does your province stack up? Click through to find out.
* Salary data from 2011.
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