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The internet is transforming the world, but not for everybody

...will transform society, the economy, and even the fundamentals of our democracy. While someone with arthritis and short-term memory issues struggles to remember and type passwords to online accounts. While...

Date: Friday October 13, 2017

Bringing New Voices to the Table: Re-thinking On-reserve Housing in Canada

...receive their funding in line with the supply and transportation season. Some participants shared that funding challenges come from the lack of self-sufficiency and an on-reserve economy, so when timelines...

Date: Monday February 27, 2017

Benefit not Burden: Older workers and the future of work in Canada

This report is about the future of work and how building an inclusive, resilient economic future requires a critical look at how we understand and value older workers.

Date: Thursday March 12, 2020

Move over Oscars, we’re announcing our 2019 policy stars

We're pleased to announce all five of our honourees for our 2019 Testimonial Dinner honourees, for their dedication to public service and strengthening our democracy and its institutions.

Date: Thursday January 31, 2019

Canada Next: Collected reports and summaries

Get the whole Canada Next series in one document. Choose the complete collection of full reports, a collection of summaries only, or a recap of recommendations for provinces, territories and municipalities.

Date: Monday January 28, 2019

Morneau says it’s critical that all Canadians see benefits of economic growth

...right training and skills for the changing economy — for example, to ensure children are taught how to code early on. “We need to make young people more resilient in...

Date: Tuesday April 25, 2017

Laurel Broten

...L’Heureux-Dubé at the Supreme Court of Canada. When she’s not trying to grow the Nova Scotia economy, Laurel enjoys keeping up with her twin boys Zachary and Ryan, and spending...

Date: Friday November 10, 2017

Developing Canada’s Digital-Ready Public Service

Canada’s public service has charted an ambitious information management and technology strategy, and talent is one of its pillars. Finding innovative approaches to attracting, developing, and retaining the best and brightest requires rethinking many traditional assumptions and harnessing new approaches. What can be done to attract a skilled and diverse workforce?

Date: Friday March 8, 2019

Immigrants aren’t job killers, they’re job creators — and they want to come to Canada

...stark contrast to Donald Trump’s America, and they’re poised to inject a shot of prosperity into the Canadian economy. That’s the consensus of a panel on population and prosperity at...

Date: Tuesday April 25, 2017

Canada as an Agri-Food Powerhouse

...goes beyond food exports, and includes important players that enable more sustainable food production, including technology, bio-economy, genomics, and input sectors, such as seed, fertilizer and pesticides. Industry-led global farmer...

Date: Thursday April 20, 2017

Options for a Canada-China FTA Negotiation Strategy

...institutions affecting investment flows. But the devil is in the details. A Canada-China FTA would be only the fourth such agreement made by the Chinese with a developed economy. In...

Date: Tuesday June 20, 2017

The People Imperative: Strategies to Grow Population and Prosperity in Atlantic Canada

Atlantic Canada is taking action to rebuild its aging and slow-growing population: The region needs to attract - and keep - more newcomers.

Date: Sunday March 18, 2018

Public Policy Forum and TD Bank Group announce multi-year Future of Work strategic partnership

During the April 12 Testimonial Dinner, TD Bank Group's Norie Campbell announced a three-year initiative with PPF to advance a pan-Canadian policy dialogue on the changing nature of work.

Date: Tuesday April 17, 2018

Brave New Work Newsletter #1

In this first edition of our Brave New Work Newsletter: A new report on the strengths and weaknesses of Canada's training systems, what Canada’s associations see trending in the future of work, and students imagine how Canadians would learn if universities and colleges no longer existed.

Date: Monday April 1, 2019

Solving the Skills Puzzle: The Missing Piece is Good Information

In a world of work increasingly driven by the supply and demand of skills rather than the qualifications of graduates, employers have trouble finding the workers they need and workers struggle to keep up with changing demands. Emna Braham and Steven Tobin explain how better and more accessible labour market information lies at the heart of clarifying the skills and training needs of today and tomorrow.

Date: Tuesday January 21, 2020

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