Browse by Topic - Canada's Socio-Economic Performance

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Greater investment in early childhood education (ECE) can be a springboard to success. Expanding ECE in Canada would increase female labour market participation, improve child...
The Conference Board of Canada | Live Webinar | January 2018 | by Craig Alexander
The Canadian Beverage Association launched the Balance Calories Initiative to help reduce the calories that Canadians obtain from liquid refreshment beverages. This report assesses...
The Conference Board of Canada | 16 pages | December 2017 | by Michael Grant
Le Québec, comme bien des sociétés occidentales, est confronté à un problème démographique qui va plomber la croissance économique. L’Institut du Québec recommande d’augmenter...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 46 pages | November 2017 | by Jean-Guy Côté, Simon Savard, Sonny Scarfone
Like many Western societies, Quebec is facing a demographic problem that will restrict economic growth. The Institut du Québec recommends raising the limits on immigration, improving...
The Conference Board of Canada | 46 pages | November 2017 | by Jean-Guy Côté, Simon Savard, Sonny Scarfone
This report explores the impact of early childhood education (ECE) on the Canadian economy and highlights its potential to improve socio-economic outcomes including the reduction...
The Conference Board of Canada | 96 pages | October 2017 | by Craig Alexander, Kip Beckman, Alicia Macdonald, Cory Renner, Matthew Stewart
Ce rapport étudie l’incidence de l’éducation de la petite enfance (EPE) sur l’économie canadienne et souligne sa capacité d’améliorer les résultats socio-économiques, y compris...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 101 pages | October 2017 | by Craig Alexander, Kip Beckman, Alicia Macdonald, Cory Renner, Matthew Stewart
Canada is evaluating how many immigrants to admit in the years to come. This report contributes to the conversation by forecasting the economic and fiscal impacts of three immigration...
The Conference Board of Canada | 38 pages | October 2017 | by Kareem El-Assal, Daniel Fields
Le Canada évalue actuellement le nombre d’immigrants qu’il admettra dans les années à venir. Ce rapport contribue au débat en estimant les retombées économiques et budgétaires...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 41 pages | October 2017 | by Kareem El-Assal, Daniel Fields
This report evaluates why the Atlantic region needs immigrants, its immigration trends and issues, and the new Atlantic Immigration Pilot and offers suggestions to support improvements...
The Conference Board of Canada | 84 pages | September 2017 | by Kareem El-Assal, Sam Goucher
Ce rapport se penche sur les raisons qui justifient la nécessité pour les provinces de l’Atlantique d’accueillir plus d’immigrants, les tendances et les défis régionaux en matière...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 90 pages | September 2017 | by Kareem El-Assal, Sam Goucher
This analysis studies three distinct policy measures—the impact of a carbon price and a shift in the electricity generation mix, the impact of substantially decarbonizing...
The Conference Board of Canada | 97 pages | September 2017 | by Len Coad, Robyn Gibbard, Alicia Macdonald, Matthew Stewart
Notre analyse porte sur les incidences de trois politiques distinctes : la tarification du carbone et la modification du bouquet de production électrique, une décarbonisation...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 14 pages | September 2017 | by Len Coad, Robyn Gibbard, Alicia Macdonald, Matthew Stewart
This updated look at the state of skills and post-secondary education compares Canada’s performance with 15 member countries of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation...
The Conference Board of Canada | 87 pages | September 2017 | by Melissa Lalonde, Matthew McKean
Cette mise à jour sur l’état des compétences et de l’éducation postsecondaire compare la performance du Canada à celle de 15 pays membres de l’Organisation de coopération et de...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 7 pages | September 2017 | by Melissa Lalonde, Matthew McKean
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 | Recorded Webinar | July 2017
Which immigration responsibilities are better off being managed by the federal government or provinces and territories? This report proposes an aspirational approach to Canadian...
The Conference Board of Canada | 76 pages | June 2017 | by Kareem El-Assal
Quelles responsabilités en matière d’immigration seraient mieux gérées par le fédéral ou les provinces et territoires? Ce rapport propose une approche souhaitable pour la...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 5 pages | June 2017 | by Kareem El-Assal
Dans ce rapport, les auteurs examinent l’inégalité du revenu et la mobilité sociale au Québec en fonction du reste du Canada et du monde. Le Québec soutient bien la comparaison...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 37 pages | June 2017 | by Sonny Scarfone, Mia Homsy, Francis Gosselin, Jean-Guy Côté
In this report, the authors examine income equality and social mobility in Quebec compared with the rest of Canada and the world. Quebec compares favourably for income equality,...
The Conference Board of Canada | 3 pages | June 2017 | by Sonny Scarfone, Mia Homsy, Francis Gosselin, Jean-Guy Côté
This inaugural provincial food report card compares 63 food performance metrics across Canada’s 10 provinces. It organizes these metrics around the Canadian Food Strategy’s five...
The Conference Board of Canada | 157 pages | May 2017 | by Jean-Charles Le Vallée, Cameron MacLaine, Melissa Lalonde, Michael Grant
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