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Economic conditions for Canadian airlines have been nearly perfect over the past 18 to 24 months. Low oil prices and a favourable currency situation have pushed demand to record...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2017 | by Todd A. Crawford
Scarcely a day goes by without news of yet another terrorist attack somewhere in the world. While most of these attacks occur in Asia and Africa, Western nations have been rocked...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2017
Globally we are facing unprecedented sustainable business issues. From resource constraints to the unpredictable forces of climate change, to rising income inequality and public...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2017
Income inequality is one of the defining public policy challenges of the 21st century in Canada and around the world. A key aspect of the inequality debate is intergenerational...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2017
Did you know that introverts often make the best leaders by building on their quiet strengths? Jennifer Kahnweiler, Ph. D., draws upon her research and stories to demonstrate how...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2017
Métis peoples are one of the youngest and fastest growing populations in Canada. With Supreme Court of Canada rulings such as Powley, Cunningham, Manitoba Métis Federation and,...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2017
Over the past ten years, The Conference Board of Canada has conducted four rounds of the HR Trends and Metrics Surveys with Canadian organizations benchmarking Talent and Human...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2017 | by Pedro Antunes, Shannon Jackson, Jane Cooper
Everyone knows that client trust is good for business. Not so widely know is how to earn and maintain that trusting relationship. Some organizations try to build relationships...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2017
There is virtually no segment of the Canadian economy that is not influenced by the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). But the election of Donald Trump to the U.S. Presidency...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2017 | by Kristelle Audet, Danielle Goldfarb
Canada’s motor vehicle and motor vehicle parts manufacturing industries are enjoying a solid start to 2017. American sales continue to speed along at a record pace, which ensures...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2017 | by Sabrina Bond
Generally speaking, people do a lot more thinking about their consumer choices than their democratic choices. Little wonder, then, that politicians have been reaching into the...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2017
In February 2016, The Conference Board of Canada’s Quality Network for Universities (QNU), a platform for university leaders to explore issues critical to their institutional missions,...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2017
Palliative Care Matters was launched in June 2016 as an initiative championed by Covenant Health’s Palliative Institute, in partnership with 13 national health organizations...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2017
Following a deep two-year recession, Alberta’s oil and gas industry seems to have staunched the bleeding and put the province’s economy on the road to recovery. As a result, Alberta’s...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2017 | by Pedro Antunes, Marie-Christine Bernard
People with complex health conditions use a significant percentage of our health system resources. As individuals, they are faced with the constant struggle to manage their condition...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2017
As cities continue to rapidly evolve, urban planners and leaders are searching for evidence-based methods to inform decisions that may impact the future health, economic prosperity...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2017
These days, it seems like nearly everyone is excited about the potential of the Internet of Things. IoT devices have incredible potential to improve our lives, from connected thermostats...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2017
The Edmonton region wants to diversify its economy while addressing the social complexities of a boom-and-bust economy and burgeoning immigration. In response, Edmonton's six post-secondary...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2017
The Conference Board of Canada recently conducted an Innovation and Cyber Tech Cluster Study Tour in Israel. The goal of this tour was to learn about Israel’s world-class innovation...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2017 | by Paul Preston
As U.S. President Donald Trump approaches the mid-point of his inaugural year in office, Canadians are ramping up to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. How will these disparate...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2017 | by The Canadian Tourism Research Institute
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