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Equity and diversity plans won't solve the Canada Research Chair program's gender problem.

The Canada Research Chair program has a long-standing gender problem. Way back in 2002, the CRC Secretariat commissioned a gender-based analysis of the program which concluded: There are several sub-disciplines/fields where women are under represented among the Canada Research Chair...
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