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Join Colin Rizzo, Emergency Manager for the Houston Port of Authority, as he shares his first-hand experiences in dealing with the effects of a major hurricane.
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2018
Employers in all sectors across Canada seek workers who demonstrate Employability Skills. The Conference Board of Canada’s Employability Skills define the skills, attitudes, and...
The Conference Board of Canada | April 2018 | by Alison Howard
Telemedicine brings great value to patients by increasing access to healthcare and providing the tools to support more effective self-management of chonic diseases. Under the leadership...
The Conference Board of Canada | April 2018
What a difference a year makes for Canadian territories. With the outlook for most mineral commodities prices much brighter than it was a year ago, the forecast has improved to...
The Conference Board of Canada | April 2018 | by Marie-Christine Bernard
Early engagement with key stakeholders and collaborative evidence generation play a critical role in expedited market access of disruptive health technologies. In this 60-minute...
The Conference Board of Canada | April 2018
The City of Clarence-Rockland experienced unprecedented flooding in the Spring of 2017, operating under a declared state of emergency for two weeks while dealing with flooded homes,...
The Conference Board of Canada | April 2018
This webinar will discuss how post-secondary institutions and educators can better support social sciences and humanities students for careers before they make the transition to...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2018
From an economics perspective, 2017 turned out better than anticipated—and there is momentum heading into 2018. The Canadian economy delivered 3 per cent growth in 2017, the...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2018 | by Craig Alexander
With a number of legislative changes coming into effect across the country, and shifting demographics in the labour force, what are labour relations practitioners focusing on when...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2018 | by Allison Cowan, Matthew Stewart
Many professionals want to serve on non-profit boards to develop their leadership skills, to give back to the community in which they live and work, and to use as a springboard...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2018
Tax avoidance is a concern for all governments. Corporations and individuals that fail to pay their fair share of taxes potentially reduce social welfare and place a disproportionate...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2018
According to the 2016 Census, the agriculture and agri-food sector accounts for 6.7% of Canada’s total GDP and employs approximately 2.3 million people. However, despite agri-food’s...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2018
This is the Golden Age of air travel for Canadian airlines. Demand has surged thanks to declining air fares and costs are down dramatically due to lower fuel prices. The relatively...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2018 | by Sabrina Bond
The North American Free Trade Agreement is in critical condition. With negotiations reaching a crucial stage in early 2018, it is not beyond the realm of possibility that we could...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2018 | by Brent Dowdall, Matthew Stewart
With workplace mental health and wellness receiving increased attention, there has been interest in examining the effects of early treatment for patients with depression. There...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2018 | by Greg Sutherland
A strong learning culture is not only vital for the health of individual organizations, it’s essential for the health of industry or business overall. It’s the key to unlocking...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2018 | by Colin Hall
Canada is set to legalize recreational marijuana, which has major implications for Canadian workplaces. What makes it tougher for Canadian organizations to react is knowing exactly...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2018
Our world is changing at an unprecedented pace. Health care organizations and private sector life sciences companies are experiencing a wave of challenges as part of what could...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2018
Data is the life blood of Canadian Innovation, but for the expanding volumes of data to be available for machine language learning new protocols to build trust are necessary. The...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2018
Going beyond being “less bad” in an increasingly resource-constrained and socially challenged world, companies must focus on how to go beyond simply making their products less...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2018
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