Search Results for: Future of Work
Many different approaches to support journalism, locally and beyond, have emerged in recent years in the wake of the sharp decline of traditional industry players. Public policy will play a crucial role in shaping the rules for ownership innovation and protected space for Canadian journalism.
Date: Tuesday September 25, 2018
Global events are creating unprecedented opportunities for Canada to attract capital, talent and companies. In an age of disruptive technological advances, Canada must focus on research, talent and innovation to strengthen its innovative capacity, global competitiveness, and economic and social fabric.
Date: Tuesday February 5, 2019
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
...inspire its future generations of students who will become future lawyers, doctors, economists, activists, scientists and entrepreneurs. Tessellate Tessellate Inc.’s business model is focused on strategic sourcing. Working with organizations...
Date: Wednesday March 1, 2017
Why don’t a quality education, strong language skills and an open work permit guarantee success in Atlantic Canada? Fewer international graduates stay in this region after graduation than any other. Students and their advocates tell KELLY TOUGHILL what can be done to counter the trend.
Date: Monday April 15, 2019
After its first taste of independent status last spring, the Senate returns on September 27, with more independent appointments still to come. But how will an independent Senate work in...
Date: Thursday September 22, 2016
While some provinces feast on clean power and export excess to the U.S., others face famine. A Canada Clean Power Fund could knit together a national grid to create a competitive advantage in the low-carbon future.
Date: Friday January 18, 2019
Canada’s economic future will be driven by globally competitive companies working at the forefront of knowledge and technology. These companies are built on innovation and skills, cornerstones of economic growth and prosperity. Canada enjoys significant advantages in these areas, but must not be complacent as countries around the world are driving their own economic growth through significant investments in research, innovation and skills.
Date: Wednesday January 3, 2018
Democracy has been made vulnerable to attack by hate speech and disinformation on digital and social platforms. Policy must be implemented to reconcile freedom of speech and freedom of the press with these online news threats to democracy.
Date: Wednesday August 15, 2018
This report summarizes what was heard at two roundtables on how to enhance the Canada-U.S. border with tech to facilitate trade.
Date: Monday July 30, 2018
In a fast-changing economy characterized by part-time work, gigs, frequent changes of employers and reskilling, Canada should consider creating a nimble benefits and pension system that is tied to the worker rather than the employer and ensures ease of access, portability, coverage and generosity.
Date: Wednesday January 16, 2019
...Optigo Networks offers networking hardware products capable of connecting thousands of smart devices on a property using optical cabling along with a web interface to centrally manage the entire network....
Date: Friday December 16, 2016
The rise of harmful speech online is a threat to Canada’s democracy. This report outlines how governments and digital platform companies can better address hate and harassment, including the creation of a Moderation Standards Council.
Date: Thursday November 8, 2018
...Team Building Assign project work to Policy Leads, ensuring that the staff’s capabilities and expertise are exploited effectively, work plans are carried out, and the results of the work are...
Date: Thursday March 22, 2018
CBC's Ontario Today explores the future of news and the crisis of democracy caused by free digital media and social media marketing tools.
Date: Tuesday January 16, 2018