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Back by popular demand, The Conference Board of Canada is pleased to partner with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) once again to host our popular annual webinar...
The Conference Board of Canada | December 2018
No region has been being spared from the uncertainty shaping the Canadian economy in the second half of 2018, not even the provincial recent powerhouse British Columbia. Although...
The Conference Board of Canada | November 2018 | by Pedro Antunes, Marie-Christine Bernard
While Canada’s immigrant intake will climb to 340,000 by 2020, the intake of entrepreneurs has declined significantly in recent decades due to the many challenges that Canada has...
The Conference Board of Canada | November 2018 | by Kareem El-Assal
Canada’s most dominant cohort, the baby boomers, are retiring in droves. As such, Canada will see a significant restructuring of its labour market in the decades to come and is...
The Conference Board of Canada | October 2018 | by Kareem El-Assal
Ontario has a new government and some old uncertainties. As the Progressive Conservative government assumes the reins of office, the province’s economic growth has settled back...
The Conference Board of Canada | October 2018 | by Pedro Antunes, Marie-Christine Bernard
Post-secondary education institutions in Canada are enrolling more and more students with diverse and wide-ranging disabilities. What do college and university educators need to...
The Conference Board of Canada | September 2018
Calgary and Edmonton’s economies have returned to their pre-recession levels, but growth is moderating from the strong rebound in 2017. Real gross domestic product (GDP) growth...
The Conference Board of Canada | September 2018 | by Alan Arcand
Drawing upon Canada’s Immigration Levels Plan 2018–2020, The Conference Board of Canada has recently quantified the economic and fiscal impacts of upping immigration. To further...
The Conference Board of Canada | September 2018 | by Kareem El-Assal
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 | September 2018 | by Greg Sutherland
Leading business immigration expert Stephane Tajick will tap into his extensive research findings to walk you through the most important developments in global immigrant entrepreneur...
The Conference Board of Canada | September 2018
Blockchain technology is becoming more popular as individuals and enterprises are starting to understand the opportunities that come with it. As we enter into a more data reliant...
The Conference Board of Canada | August 2018
Join us for a live, 60-minute, interactive webinar that presents the leadership theory of Appreciative Inquiry—a collaborative and constructive process that guides a positive,...
The Conference Board of Canada | August 2018
The Canadian economy is facing significant headwinds. The trade sector is in turmoil, due to protectionist actions imposed by the Trump Administration. And the domestic economy...
The Conference Board of Canada | August 2018 | by Pedro Antunes
Is your organization tapping into the potential of employee perquisites and flexible work arrangements? While the basis of any total rewards package is solid compensation and benefits,...
The Conference Board of Canada | August 2018
The legalization of the recreational use of marijuana in Canada is fast approaching. This important change will create new challenges for employers and the board of directors as...
The Conference Board of Canada | July 2018
Most of us have a set of expectations for how people should behave in the workplace, even when there is conflict or disagreement. When we encounter challenging behaviours at work...
The Conference Board of Canada | July 2018
The Trump Administration has imposed tariffs on imports of Canadian steel and aluminum. Canada represents almost 17 per cent of U.S. steel imports, and provides the U.S. with about...
The Conference Board of Canada | July 2018 | by Matthew Stewart
Embed diversity and inclusion into your business strategy to help create a more inclusive culture. The by-product: increased creativity, problem solving, and employee engagement...
The Conference Board, Inc. | 19 pages | July 2018
Most leaders want to do the right thing and know that ethics aligns with success. But tensions between transparency and brand protection can make doing right difficult, especially...
The Conference Board, Inc. | 10 pages | July 2018
Through interviews of experts in Asia, this short report explores the implications for the region of recent research on digital transformation and human capital, including: 1)...
The Conference Board, Inc. | 5 pages | July 2018
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