August 13, 2020

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Province plans to extend work leave for victims of sexual violence, stalking or their guardians

JESSICA BOTELHO-URBANSKI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Status of Women Minister Cathy Cox introduced a bill in the legislature Monday that would amend employment code standards to allow anyone who suffered from interpersonal violence to take workplace leaves of absence. </p>

JESSICA BOTELHO-URBANSKI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Status of Women Minister Cathy Cox introduced a bill in the legislature Monday that would amend employment code standards to allow anyone who suffered from interpersonal violence to take workplace leaves of absence.

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