A recent study conducted by Bloomberg Businessweek analyzed 15 major global cities examining key categories related to safety, mobility, maternity, equality and wealth. Overall, Toronto ranked first, scoring 3.66 out of a possible 5, performing favourably in the categories related to safety, perceived equality, and maternity provisions. The lowest performing city, São Paulo, received a score of 2.68 out of 5. The report mentions that there continue to be structural and social gender inequalities across all cities that were selected for the study.
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