Canada needs a national women’s business council with a mandate to help develop more female entrepreneurs running larger companies, according to a new report from a cross-border women’s business group. The Canada-United State Council for Advancement of Women Entrepreneurs & Business Leaders, founded last year by Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Donald Trump, released its third of five reports Monday, outlining strategies to encourage more female entrepreneurs in both countries to start businesses in high-growth industry sectors. It argues Canada needs an equivalent to the U.S. National Women’s Business Council, a non-partisan federal body that provides ...

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