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Digital divide

Without access to reliable internet and connectivity devices, many Canadians are unable to access employment, education and other services. This phenomenon of a “digital divide” deprives many of social and digital support.

Policy Brief Launch: Small Business Digitization

Join the Ontario Chamber of Commerce and its partners for the launch of a new…

Digital skills for today and tomorrow

The rapid digital transformation in Canada due to the pandemic could increase our productivity and…

Digital Skills for a Future-Ready Worldexternal link icon

We know that digital skills are essential for a strong post-pandemic recovery. But we don’t…
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The future of digital work relies on people, not just technologyexternal link icon

Canada needs more innovative skills training and retraining for the digital sector. A hybrid worker…
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Economic recovery requires a team effort across sectors and industries

For almost two years, Canadians have faced unprecedented economic challenges. The current hurdles are numerous: automation…
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Technological Transformations and the Automotive Services Industry

This report examines the challenges facing the automotive services industry in Québec as it transitions…

Technological Change in the North: How STEM Skills Can Help Indigenous Workers Adaptexternal link icon

The economy in Northern Canada is changing. Sectors, such as mining, forestry, and tourism, can…
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New Working Arrangements

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a rapid rise in the number of Canadians who…