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Beyond blue and white collar: a skills-based approach to Canadian job groupings

Canadian employers are increasingly thinking about work from a skills perspective. This issue briefing takes…

From Low-Mobility to Rapid-Growth Jobs: How Governments and Agencies Can Build the Bridge to Clean Economy Careers

This issue briefing looks at the retraining required to transition workers from occupations susceptible to…

Indigenous finance and management professionals: critical for reconciliation and indigenous self-determination

Indigenous skilled labour is critical to realizing this new vision of economic reconciliation. Indigenous finance…

Lost opportunities: measuring the unrealized value of skill vacancies in Canada

When an employer wants to fill a vacant job, they are really looking for a…

Transitioning to Jobs in the Clean Economy: From High-Risk Occupations to Green Careers

One in five Canadian employees works at a job that’s vulnerable to automation. The clean…

Green occupations pathways: from vulnerable jobs to rapid-growth careers

The nature of work in Canada is changing. So is our climate. Can we alleviate…

Values, knowledge and vision: how Inuit skills can strengthen northern economies

How can Northern economies grow through Inuit skills and community priorities? This primer explores job…

Made in Nunavut: building Inuit skills for northern offshore fisheries and beyond

This case study analysis focuses on skills training for Nunavut’s commercial offshore fisheries, but the…