Livestream: Brave New Work Conference
Join us Wednesday, June 26 starting at 8:15 a.m. Technology, demographics and other factors are transforming the world of work – and quickly. Push aside the dystopian scenarios and join us to shape policy pathways that will enable Canadians to thrive in the jobs of the future.
Why the future of work may be the most pressing issue of our time
Today’s technological revolution holds out tremendous promise to improve our lives and work, writes PPF's President and CEO Edward Greenspon, but we must ensure its opportunity is available to all, and that policy softens the downsides of the disruption it causes. Join our Brave New Work project to be part of the solution.
Report Preview: Do Canadians' fears about automation push them to populism?
Our upcoming report finds a correlation between Canadians’ fear of job losses from automation and populist views, but also that they favour traditional responses to job disruption, such as retraining, over radical measures such as reducing immigration
A New North Star: Canadian Competitiveness in an Intangibles Economy
Rapid and far-reaching changes to the global economy, driven by technology, demographics and geopolitics, are forcing us to rethink some of the core assumptions of what makes a nation competitive or not. Robert Asselin and Sean Speer offer a bipartisan strategy for what Canada can do in a data-driven 'intangibles' economy.
Atlantic Newsletter #4: How small communities in rural areas can attract and retain newcomers
In the fourth edition of our Atlantic Immigration & Revitalization Newsletter, PPF and research associate Kelly Toughill explore the challenges that rural areas face when attracting and retaining newcomers and the barriers that newcomers face when living in small communities.
APIs in Government
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) could dramatically improve the way governments deliver services and data to citizens while protecting governments from the risks associated with government-led digital projects. This report examines what was learned through two Government of Canada API projects, and how to build on their successes.
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