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Winnipeg (Man.). Committee on the Status of Women in the Employ of the City of Winnipeg

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Winnipeg (Man.). Committee on the Status of Women in the Employ of the City of Winnipeg

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Dates of existence

1975-1977

History

On October 30, 1975, the Executive Policy Committee instructed the Board of Commissioners to study the status of women employees in the City. To accomplish this, the Board of Commissioners created the the Committee on the Status of Women in the Employ of the City of Winnipeg, which was comprised of civic employees. Merle McCullough of the City Clerk's Department served as chairperson of the committee. The committee was directed to study career opportunities for women within the City, to identify inequalities, and to create a report detailing recommendations and guidelines to "bring about a greater utilization of women within the employ of the City of Winnipeg". The committee delivered its final report in April, 1977.

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Winnipeg (Man.) (1874-)

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Winnipeg (Man.)

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Winnipeg (Man.). Committee on the Status of Women in the Employ of the City of Winnipeg

Dates of the relationship

1975-1977

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ca-cowa

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