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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.

Should Canada follow suit? Vote in our poll, and leave any additional remarks on the comments page.

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