The Conference Board of Canada offers a wide range of research services with access to in-depth studies and independent reports on relevant topics. It also offers custom research services from small, short-term research projects to large-scale research investigations.
The Conference Board uses its research expertise to conduct special studies on specific issues to assist leaders.
The Centre for the North (CFN) and Council on Corporate Aboriginal Relations (CCAR) team provides independent research and analysis on a wide range of emerging trends and policy issues.
The scope of this work, which is funded separately from membership fees, varies depending on the issue and can be short-term research projects to large-scale research investigations conducted over several months. Results can be for exclusive use, or disseminated to a wide audience, according to the needs of the clients and funders.
Interested in discussing a potential custom project? Please contact Adam Fiser to learn more.