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Fewer than one-fifth of Canadian startups majority-owned by women: StatCan study

Such firms made up 17.64 per cent of new firms with fewer than 100 employees in 2005, rising to 19.47 per cent by 2013, per a report released Thursday. The share of men-controlled startups also increased slightly over the same period, from 62.63 per cent to 63.32 per cent. (The Logic)

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