All of our activities, projects, and research are made possible through partnerships. We are committed to working closely with our partners and widely sharing the results to further promote collaboration.

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Our engagement strategy is based on our Community of Practice and Knowledge Mobilization strategy. We are building a pan-Canadian network of partners and stakeholders to encourage collaboration, the exchange of ideas, and sharing of knowledge and best practices. We will also ensure that our work is accessible to all Canadians and that knowledge is available in the right form, at the right place, at the right time.

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The Future Skills Centre welcomes Selena Zhang as Director, Strategic Initiatives, and Sarah Gaikwad as Director of Operations

Selena Zhang is a creative and action-oriented leader with a track record of delivering innovative…
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Skills and sustainability: FSC gets ahead of the shift to support decarbonization

We are launching a new skills strategy to support and build sustainable futures for Canadian…
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Focus on youth and skills

Canada’s young people are facing both challenges and opportunities as they strive to enter the workforce, gain skills or seek education. On a positive note,…

The Future Skills Centre welcomes Selena Zhang as Director, Strategic Initiatives, and Sarah Gaikwad as Director of Operations

Selena Zhang is a creative and action-oriented leader with a track record of delivering innovative initiatives that prioritize marginal voices, test new ways of creating…

Skills and sustainability: FSC gets ahead of the shift to support decarbonization

We are launching a new skills strategy to support and build sustainable futures for Canadian workers, business and industries

Focus on sustainability and skills

FSC and its partners have made skills for sustainable futures a strategic priority in order to help Canadian employers and workers navigate the sustainable transition.

Future Skills Centre tackles ongoing skills shortage by investing in programs helping thousands land in-demand jobs for today and tomorrow

Toronto, May 12, 2022 —The Future Skills Centre (FSC) takes on the growing skilled labour shortage and widening skills-to-jobs mismatch by announcing today a $19M…

Tackling skills shortages now and in the future

Canada’s labour market is feeling the strain of the current skills shortage. According to the Conference Board of Canada, skills-related job vacancies are costing our…

Future Skills Centre responds to federal budget 2022

Federal budget lays down new crucial investments for recovery, continues to build on skills investments as central to inclusive economic roadmap April 8, 2022 –…

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Investments in job training would help support Black, Indigenous, people of colour and disabled youth in particular. | April 8, 2022 — Policy Options, by Mohamed…
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