Canada's criminal justice system is no longer the boy's club it once was, and the number of women entering the profession is on par with men. The ratios are not that encouraging for racialized women, and pay rates are still not equal. And, as is often the case, women face different challenges both with cases they work on and in the profession itself. Two co-authors of a new book, "Women in Criminal Justice: True Cases by and about Canadian Women and the Law," talk to Steve Paikin about what they their experiences.
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