Are We in a COVID-19 'She-Cession?'

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Working through the COVID-19 pandemic has meant widespread economic repercussions for businesses and individuals, and there's evidence to suggest that it has disproportionately affected women. To discuss this so-called she-cession, The Agenda welcomes Armine Yalnizyan, economist and Atkinson Fellow on The Future of Workers; and Ken Boessenkool, Independent Public Policy Economist.
Rental Woes; Canada's 'She-Cession'
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