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Fonseca, R., and Lord S. (2019).  Canadian gender gap in financial literacy: Confidence matters. Chaire de recherche sur les enjeux économiques intergénérationnels (CREEi) Cahiers de recherche / Research Chair in Intergenerational Economics Working Paper, Montréal: Chaire de recherche sur les enjeux économiques intergénérationnels (CREEI). Abstract
Levesque, A., and Quesnel-Vallée A. (2019).  Gender variations in the relationship between social capital and mental health outcomes among the Indigenous populations of Canada. International Journal for Equity in Health, 18 (1),  Abstract
Shantz, A., Banerjee R., and Lamb D. (2019).  The relationship between male and female youth volunteering and extrinsic career success: A growth curve modeling approach. Non-profit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (NVSQ), 48 (2-Suppl), 201S-225S. Abstract
Kolpashnikova, K. (2018).  American househusbands: New time use evidence of gender display, 2003-2016. Social Indicators Research, 140 (3), 1259-1277. Abstract
Hansen, S., K. Newbold B., and Wilton R. (2018).  Disability and the use of support by immigrants and Canadian born population in Canada. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, 7 (3), 31-50. Abstract
Jones, A. M., Finkelstein R., and Koehoorn M. (2018).  Disability and workplace harassment and discrimination among Canadian federal public service employees. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 109 (1), 79-88. Abstract
Lanthier, S., Bielecky A., and Smith P. M. (2018).  Examining risk of workplace violence in Canada: A sex/gender-based analysis. Annals of Work Exposures and Health, 62 (8), 1012-1120. Abstract
Pullman, A. (2018).  Gendered pathways from school to work: The association between field of study and non-standard employment outcomes in Canada. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 58, 44-53. Abstract
Padkapayeva, K., Gilbert-Ouimet M., Bielecky A., Ibrahim S., Mustard C., Brisson C., et al. (2018).  Gender/sex differences in the relationship between psychosocial work exposures and work and life stress. Annals of Work Exposures and Health, 62 (4), 416-425. Abstract
Halladay, J. E., Boyle M. H., Munn C., Jack S. M., and Georgiades K. (2018).  Sex differences in the association between cannabis use and suicidal ideation and attempts, depression, and psychological distress among Canadians. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, ePub ahead of print, Abstract
Patterson, A. C., and Veenstra G.. (2016).  Black-White health inequalities in Canada at the intersection of gender and immigration. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 107 (3), e278-e284. Abstract
Brownridge, D. A., Taillieu T., Chan K. L., Afifi T. O., Santos S. C., and Tiwari A. (2016).  Gender and the risk of men's and women's intimate partner violence across activity limitation types in Canada. Partner Abuse, 7 (2), 169-192., April Abstract
Meng, X., and D'Arcy C. (2016).  Gender moderates the relationship between childhood abuse and internalizing and substance use disorders later in life: a cross-sectional analysis. BMC Psychiatry, 16 (401), 1-13. Abstract
Duquette, H. C. (2016).  Gender, work and retirement for the baby-boomer cohort in Canada. Department of Sociology and Anthropology. , AugustMontréal, QC: Concordia University. Abstract
Rose, D., Dillon L., and Caron M. (2016).  Lives of their own, a place of their own? The living arrangements of 'business girls' in early twentieth-century Canadian cities. British Journal of Canadian Studies, 29 (2), 225-248. Abstract
Boulet, M., and Le Bourdais C. (2016).  Pratiques de conciliation travail-famille et détresse psychologique des salariés québécois : une comparaison selon le genre. Industrial Relations / Relations industrielles, 71 (3), 442-467. Abstract
Proulx, C. (2016).  The provision of unpaid care across cohorts and genders: A research note. Canadian Studies in Population, 43 (3-4), 272-286. Abstract
Veenstra, G., and Patterson A. C. (2016).  South Asian-White health inequalities in Canada: Intersections with gender and immigrant status. Ethnicity and Health, 21 (6), 639-648. Abstract