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Labour shortages on Canada’s farms have doubled over the past decade. They are expected to double again in the next 10 years. Simply paying Canadians more to work in the sector...
The Conference Board of Canada | April 2017 | by Michael Burt
Big Data is making its way into all industries, and the Canadian health care system is no exception. The General Internal Medicine Inpatient (GEMINI) Project is a large undertaking,...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2017
We live in an era of great digital disruption; from social to mobile, from AI to bots. At the same time, your customer’s pace of adoption is driving critical changes to customer...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2017
In reaction to shareholder and stakeholder shifting values, corporations now aim to develop and implement sustainability tactics that align with their business strategies. Despite...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2017
The Canadian Privacy Summit 2016 brought together key stakeholders from across Canada to discuss Canada’s top privacy challenges. Public and private sector leaders discussed the...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2017
The Sturgeon Refinery in Alberta is nearing completion and is expected to begin operations in the fourth quarter of 2017. This is the first refinery to be built in Canada in decades...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2017
China continues to be one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Although China’s economic growth is now easing and demand is shifting away from commodities to consumer...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2017 | by Julie Adès
In the wake of Donald Trump’s victory in November, polling is once again being slammed as one of the election’s biggest losers. Pollsters have been blamed for getting the results...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2017
What are the trends that will affect Canadian labour relations in 2017? What are the hot button issues for negotiating parties? How will the Canadian economic climate affect compensation...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2017 | by Monica Haberl, Matthew Stewart
Today’s leaders, both in the public and private sector, are facing the biggest technology transition we have ever witnessed. The digital era is causing a significant shift, not...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2017 | by Mary Young
A leading business trend is to leverage third parties to perform activities on behalf of an organization, which can increase efficiencies, cut costs, reduce risks, and improve...
The Conference Board of Canada | March 2017
Indigenous groups and industry organizations are increasingly negotiating Major Project Agreements for some of Canada’s largest natural resource and infrastructure projects. These...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2017
Canadian cities are the driving forces of regional and provincial economies. At a time when the Canadian economy could be buffeted by forces south of the border and around the...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2017 | by Alan Arcand
Green infrastructure (GI) refers to the natural spaces and ecosystems within cities that maintain biodiversity as well as support a range of ecosystem services, including regulating...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2017
Marijuana is steadily becoming more commonplace in Canada. Societal views are evolving and the use of marijuana is less stigmatized, while at the same time, marijuana is now used...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 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. This year's report provides...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2017 | by Jane Cooper, Shannon Jackson
Workplaces across Canada are looking towards developing programming to support the health and well-being of their employees but often struggle to identify best practices. Join...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2017
Today’s operating environment for not-for-profit organizations is creating pressure on organizations and causing directors to think differently about how they govern their not-for-profit...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2017
A healthy board outshines other factors in board effectiveness and provides the greatest pathway for progress and competitive advantage. Join best-selling author, Jim Brown, as...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2017
Extremist Islamist groups such as ISIS have been getting better at reaching and recruiting young Muslims since the Arab Spring. The massive migration of “foreign fighters” from...
The Conference Board of Canada | February 2017
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