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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…

Responding to Automation: Building a Cleaner Futureexternal link icon

The Future Skills Centre and the Conference Board of Canada research the paths that workers…
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Supporting Entrepreneurship and SMEs: A Post-Pandemic Skills and Training Agenda

By combining preliminary data from an ongoing survey of SMEs, associated focus group discussions, and…
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Mind and body: Impact of the pandemic on physical and mental health

The second wave of the Survey on Employment and Skills was conducted in late 2020,…
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Immigration and the success of Canada’s post-pandemic Economy

Immigration is an important part of Canada’s economic growth - especially in terms of sustaining…

The Big Shift: Changes in Canadian Manufacturing Employment, 2003 – 2018 Executive Summary

How did Canadian regions fare during the manufacturing employment decline of 2003-2009? Were manufacturing jobs…
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Widening inequality: Effects of the pandemic on jobs and income

This report focuses on the overall impact of the pandemic, as well as more specific…
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New Working Arrangements

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