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Mapping racialized experiences in the real estate development sector: Challenges and responses

Real estate development is a vital sector in the Canadian economy, even more so today as Canada faces a housing crisis and the daunting task...

Canadian Science Policy Conference 2022: Navigating Uncertainty; Targeting Sustainability

The conference under the overarching theme: Navigating Uncertainty; Targeting Sustainability will be focused on most pressing issues of science and innovation and their crucial role in building more resilient society.

Policy Brief Launch: Small Business Digitization

Join the Ontario Chamber of Commerce and its partners for the launch of a new policy brief exploring recommendations to help Ontario’s small businesses bridge digital divides.

Quality of Work Webinar 1: Defining and measuring Quality of Work

Join us as we explore examples and advancements in understanding and assessing Quality of Work from Canada, the US and Europe and the potential implications for business leaders, career practitioners and policymakers.

Mind the Gap: Strengthening Gender Diversity in the Canadian Economy

Elyse Watkins, Strategic Initiatives Consultant, Future Skills Centre, will be speaking at the National Collective of Women in Business’s 2 day virtual summit - Mind the Gap: Strengthening Gender Diversity in the Canadian Economy.

The Walrus Talks Advancing Work

The Walrus Talks Advancing Work will bring together leaders to share insights and discuss opportunities for supporting workers and strengthening communities. Now is the time to share challenges and solutions across sectors, demographics, and regions so that we can collaboratively reimagine existing expectations and systems of work.

Future Skills Summit: Driving action in Canada's skills ecosystem

The Future Skills Centre (FSC) is honoured to host leaders and representatives from all across Canada to share what we’re collectively learning and to discuss innovative ideas to shape our future work environment.

Fast track to skills

Microcredentials are gaining popularity as a responsive, accessible, and transferable form of education credentialing. However, a gap remains between employers more broadly recognizing these credentials as valid forms of skills training, and job seekers realizing better employment outcomes are possible as a result of pursuing microcredentials.

Creating a Fair and Equitable Canadian Energy Transformation

Future Skills Centre Director of Research, Evaluation and Knowledge Mobilization, Tricia Williams, and Director of Government and Public Affairs, Noel Baldwin, will appear before House of Commons Standing Committee on Natural Resources about just transitions and green skills.

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