Phillips, Shannon
May 2010
Alberta Views;May2010, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p26
The article offers news brief related to jobs, cases of abuse, and child care services of women in Alberta. Women working outside the house was considered as one of the measures for economic equality and the two-income families were considered as highest earners. Social assistance and other benefits are viewed as a necessity in women who were victims of abuse. Monica Lambert Leong temporarily stopped working due to less quality child care available for her son.


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