The Ontario Securities Commission has made a number of proposals designed to help more women reach the highest levels of company leadership in Canada. The proposals would require publicly traded companies in Ontario to reveal data about the number of women on their boards and disclose other information such as director term limits. Howard Wetston, head of the securities commission, said the move was designed to "tap into a pool of talented and capable resources currently under-represented on today’s boards and senior management."

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