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Thought Leadership

COVID was harmful for youth employmentexternal link icon

Investments in job training would help support Black, Indigenous, people of colour and disabled youth…

Too numerous to failexternal link icon

Why small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are the key to inclusive recovery, innovation and growth.…
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Quality of work goes beyond incomeexternal link icon

An expanded view of benefits and more attention to employment security and the work environment…
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Using the talents of newcomers to Canadaexternal link icon

The skills and experience of new immigrants are often wasted due to regulations and discrimination.…
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Inuit conservation is transforming life and work in the Arcticexternal link icon

An emerging Inuit-led conservation sector draws on hunting and fishing to innovate in areas like…
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The future of digital work relies on people, not just technologyexternal link icon

Canada needs more innovative skills training and retraining for the digital sector. A hybrid worker…
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Retraining workers will be essential for our net-zero goalsexternal link icon

March 23, 2022 — Policy Options, by Mike Moffatt, Samir Khan

Micro-credentials are surging in popularity, but how should they be shaped?external link icon

March 21, 2022 — Policy Options, by Misheck Mwaba, Noel Baldwin, Steve Richter
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Opinion: Canada needs a blueprint for a green skills revolutionexternal link icon

Feb. 22, 2022 — The Globe and Mail. Written by John Stackhouse and Pedro Barata