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 Stakeholder Engagement and Knowledge Mobilization. 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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Pivot today. Succeed tomorrow.

For over two years, we’ve been working with our partners across Canada to pivot before…
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Women over 65 facing significant mental health decline, while younger women continue to struggle, new Environics Institute survey shows

Overall, Canadians’ mental health declines during pandemic Toronto, June 2, 2021 – The pandemic has…
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Widening inequality: The pandemic’s effects on jobs and income

Toronto, May 17, 2021 – The workers hardest hit by job loss or a reduction…
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Focus on Indigenous initiatives and partnerships

On the occasion of Indigenous History Month, we take a closer look at the ongoing innovation projects and research developed with our partners to better inform and support skills training and economic recovery in First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities across Canada.

Pivot today. Succeed tomorrow.

For over two years, we’ve been working with our partners across Canada to pivot before sector-wide change. We’ve equipped thousands of Canadians with the skills they need to succeed in the face of uncertainty and job loss.

Women over 65 facing significant mental health decline, while younger women continue to struggle, new Environics Institute survey shows

Overall, Canadians’ mental health declines during pandemic Toronto, June 2, 2021 – The pandemic has affected the health of all Canadians but it has exacted a […]

FSC re-invests to scale 10 innovation projects in its portfolio

The Future Skills Centre (FSC) is pleased to announce a new investment of $25.9 million in funding for the expansion of 10 projects that have shown early signs of success

The Future Skills Centre appoints two new members to its Advisory Board

Future Skills Centre (FSC) is pleased to announce the appointment of two new members to its Advisory Board: Nadia Theodore and Kory Wilson. Nadia Theodore […]

Widening inequality: The pandemic’s effects on jobs and income

Toronto, May 17, 2021 – The workers hardest hit by job loss or a reduction in work hours during the pandemic were already among the most vulnerable members of the workforce, according to a new Environics Institute survey that shows COVID-19’s polarizing impact on employment and earnings.

Future Skills Centre statement in response to federal budget 2021

The Future Skills Centre welcomes the federal government’s announcement of much-needed further investment in skills development and training, key to a sustained, inclusive economic recovery.

Working from home is here to stay — and for some Canadians, that’s a big problemexternal link icon

April 12, 2021 — Toronto Star, written by Heather Scoffield
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