Gender-Inclusive, Canadian Style

Tweet this post.Outside of issues of biology, there is just about always a good argument for using terms that include everyone. Today, in my Canadian, Eh? column atCopyediting.com, I survey Canadian style guides for advice on gender inclusive language.

Sarah Grey has been telling Copyediting.com readers about ways our language can be more inclusive (see Part 1 and Part 2). Style guides my post covers:

 

overlay of male and female body icons on a Canadian flag, indicating genders are equal in Canada

Link to my Canadian, Eh? column on Copyediting.com

 

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