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Organizations and stakeholders connected in the skills and training ecosystem


Organizations partnered with across Canada on funded projects


Committed over the next two years for 16 innovation projects


To infuse in additional innovation projects with our second call for proposals

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Canadians welcome technology at work—but not everybody is benefiting

Majorities say that technology has made their job more enjoyable and easier, Environics Institute survey shows, but impacts on job security, wages are unevenly distributed
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Future Skills Centre announces $37 million investment for innovative and responsive solutions to Canada’s evolving labour market

30 projects to fill employers’ skills gaps and help workers gain in-demand skills in this post-pandemic period.
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One in five Canadian employees are in occupations at high risk of automation

A new report released by The Conference Board of Canada indicates that nearly one in five Canadian employees are in occupations at high risk of automation with few or on no options to transition into lower-risk occupations without significant retraining.
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Watch Pedro Barata talk about upskilling displaced workers to fill job vacanciesexternal link icon

September 4, 2019 – BNN Bloomberg, with Amanda Lang
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The Future Skills Centre Announces its Next Open Call for Proposals to Help Strengthen Canada’s Skills Development Ecosystem

The Centre will test approaches for supporting Canadians through career transitions by investing $37 million in innovation projects across the country.