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Skills Matching and Opportunities in Wood Manufacturing

The Wood Manufacturing Council (WMC), with support from the Conference Board of Canada (CBoC), launched…
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From data to decision: AI training and professional certification

The project was a short, online certified program in artificial intelligence (AI) for professionals and…
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The Perspectives of Second-Generation Immigrants in Canada

Outcomes for second-generation immigrants are typically measured in terms of educational attainment, employment rates and…

Navigating Net-Zero: Faculty Perspectives on Greening Post-Secondary Curricula

To successfully transition to a net-zero economy, Canada will require workers with the skills and…
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Future Skills Centre announces leadership transition

After nearly five years as head of the Future Skills Centre (FSC), Pedro Barata is…
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Opinion: Young Canadians are staring at a bleak future of diminished economic prospectsexternal link icon

At 11.3 per cent, the unemployment rate for Canadians aged 15 to 24 is double…
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The Perspectives of Second-Generation Immigrants in Canada

Outcomes for second-generation immigrants are typically measured in terms of educational attainment, employment rates and income. This study finds that the experiences of second-generation immigrants cannot be easily generalized.

Skills Matching and Opportunities in Wood Manufacturing

The Wood Manufacturing Council (WMC), with support from the Conference Board of Canada (CBoC), launched the Skills Matching and Opportunities in Wood Manufacturing project to address the gap between job seekers’ desires for viable and desirable career transitions and the recruitment challenges faced by the wood manufacturing sector.

From data to decision: AI training and professional certification

The project was a short, online certified program in artificial intelligence (AI) for professionals and leaders offered by IVADO in collaboration with the University of Montreal. The project aimed to address the current and future needs of the labour market for AI skills, and to provide a flexible and customized learning experience for the participants.