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On the Other Side of the Screen: Nurse Educators’ Perspectives on Online Experiential Learning During the Pandemic

In this research, we analyze the findings of our interviews with 20 nurse educators from across Canada to explore the challenges, opportunities, and innovations related...

Blue Occupation Pathways: Career Transitions to the Sustainable Blue Economy

In this research, we analyze the occupational transitions from 92 high-risk, low-mobility (HRLM) jobs to 15 rapid-growth jobs in the sustainable blue economy (SBE). How...

Mapping racialized experiences in the real estate development industry: Moving towards a more equitable and inclusive sector

This research was a starting point, a chance to explore the state of racialized professionals in real estate development and housing, look at the opportunities that exist for launching ventures in emerging areas and do primary research with racialized professionals to understand their perspective on the industry and what supports would help them to step into their career aspirations.

Skills development for innovation and growth: Insights from global initiatives

This report and accompanying case studies share insights from three skills for innovation training initiatives which can inform the design and operation of models in Canada.

Race alongside the machines: Occupational digitalization trends in Canada, 2006-2021

Understanding which jobs have changed the most, and which type of digital skills are changing, is important in informing better policies to prepare workers for the future.

Building workplaces where neurodivergent workers thrive

This report explores strategies and best practices for reducing the economic and social costs associated with the low workplace engagement, employment, and productivity of neurodivergent employees in Canada.

The labour market of tomorrow: projections from the Model of Occupations, Skills, and Technology (MOST)

The Model of Occupations, Skills, and Technology (MOST) is a new labour market projection tool, generating detailed occupational and industry-level projections for every region in Canada.

Experiential learning in the social sector

This report explores experiential learning, also known as work integrated learning, in the social service sector from the perspective of both employers and students in social sciences, humanities and arts

Digital skills for today and tomorrow

The rapid digital transformation in Canada due to the pandemic could increase our productivity and growth potential for years to come. How can Canada unlock this opportunity?

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