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It took 28 years, but the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled in favour of female Canada Post workers in a pay equity case involving an estimated 6,000 women.
As a result of the November ruling, millions of dollars in retroactive payments for the mostly retired workers must be paid by the crown corporation, which is subject to Ottawa's pay equity legislation but refused to pay the workers a generation ago. In 1983, the case was first launched by the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC).
The PSAC complaint was originally …