Canada's Colour Coded Labour Market: the gap for racialized workers

Canada’s Colour Coded Labour Market draws on 2006 Census data to compare work and income trends among racialized and non-racialized Canadians. It’s among the more comprehensive post-Census studies on this issue to date.

This joint report from the Wellesley Institute and the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives reveals that despite an increasingly diverse population, Canada’s racialized income gap shows a colour code is still at work in Canada’s labour market.

Read the full report: Canada’s Colour Coded Labour Market: the gap for racialized workers.

Read the overview flip sheet.

Read the flip sheet on the health implications of a colour code in Canada.

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