Parental Leave and Intra-Regime Differences in a Liberal Country: the Case of Four Canadian Provinces

@inproceedings{Mathieu2018ParentalLA,
  title={Parental Leave and Intra-Regime Differences in a Liberal Country: the Case of Four Canadian Provinces},
  author={Sophie Mathieu and Andrea Doucet and Lindsey McKay},
  year={2018}
}
This paper compares access to parental leave benefits in the four largest Canadian provinces –Québec, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia between 2000 and 2016, using quantitative data from the Employment Insurance Coverage Survey. We show that inequalities in the receipt of benefits mirror and reinforce the structure of income and gender inequalities. We argue that Alberta and Québec represent two regimes of parental benefits. In Alberta the take-up of parental benefits is low, and is… 

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