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The Future of Work in Canada – What we need to know about our ecosystem

Public, policymakers can now access the first set of Skills Next reports on key issues shaping the future of work and skills in Canada Toronto, […]
2019 Advisory Board

The Future Skills Centre Announces new Advisory Board

Leaders from key social and economic sectors--headed by new Board Chair Jenny Poulos from RBC--will identify solutions to help Canadians gain and adapt skills needed in a fast-changing economy.
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The Future Skills Centre Announces its Next Open Call for Proposals to Help Strengthen Canada’s Skills Development Ecosystem

The Centre will test approaches for supporting Canadians through career transitions by investing $36 million in innovation projects across the country.
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Future Skills Centre is inviting applications and nominations for its inaugural advisory board

FSC is constituting its inaugural Advisory Board from a diverse range of outstanding Canadian business, academic, and community leaders for multiple Advisory Board appointments.
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Future Skills Centre Appoints Executive Director

Pedro Barata brings a track-record of collaboration, research, and policy innovation focused on helping Canadians succeed in the new economy.

Future Skills Centre Announces $7.65 Million to Help Prepare Mid-Career Workers For New Opportunities

Ten new innovation projects will test and evaluate approaches to best support thousands of workers facing career transitions

Future Skills Centre Launches Six Innovation Projects and Call for Proposals

The Future Skills Centre is funding projects across the country that are testing innovative approaches to skills development, helping thousands of Canadians prepare for the future of work.

The Future Skills Centre is a forward-thinking centre for research and collaboration dedicated to preparing Canadians for employment success and meeting the emerging talent needs of employers. As a pan-Canadian community, we bring together experts and organizations across sectors to rigorously identify, assess, and share innovative approaches to develop the skills and work environments to drive prosperity and inclusion.