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This annual economic forecast presents the long-term national outlook. The U.S. economic outlook is presented in a separate section.
The Conference Board of Canada | 140 pages | December 2014
Based on the results of a five-year evaluation initiative, this report explores the successes and challenges of the Family Health Team (FHT) model of primary care in Ontario.
The Conference Board of Canada | | December 2014
Cette étude évalue l’impact économique et sanitaire d’une réduction de la prévalence au Québec des maladies chroniques et des facteurs de risque qui leur sont associés.
Le Conference Board du Canada | 81 pages | November 2014 | by Fares Bounajm, Thy Dinh, Louis Theriault
Post-secondary education is a growth industry in Canada. This report seeks to quantify its impact in three areas: direct and indirect spending, human capital, and intellectual...
The Conference Board of Canada | 110 pages | November 2014 | by Michael Grant
It’s not enough to be physically active. Limiting the number of waking hours spent in a sedentary state is also important. This briefing—the first in the research series “Moving...
The Conference Board of Canada | 40 pages | October 2014 | by Fares Bounajm, Thy Dinh, Louis Theriault
A review of Lean in Canadian health care shows that—although Lean is effective in addressing clinical, operational, and experiential value—its application to date is limited with...
The Conference Board of Canada | 48 pages | October 2014 | by William Hall, Jennifer Mackenzie
Time to reassess business opportunities in Mexico? This report identifies the “sweet spots”—that is, the hottest sectors and the best opportunities for new trade and investment...
The Conference Board of Canada | 72 pages | October 2014 | by Joseph Haimowitz
The Bucks Stop Here explores the increasing income inequality between different generations of Canadians by using Canada Revenue Agency tax data from 1984 to 2010 to compare the...
The Conference Board of Canada | 50 pages | September 2014 | by Vijay Gill, James Knowles, David Stewart-Patterson
City Magnets III grades and ranks 50 Canadian cities according to features that make them attractive to mobile populations.
The Conference Board of Canada | 153 pages | September 2014
The retirement of baby boomers will create labor shortages in mature economies worldwide. This report covers implications for companies and actions they can take.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 56 pages | September 2014
Canadian health care costs are soaring and major reforms are needed to preserve and improve the quality of health care. This report develops a sustainability framework with guiding...
The Conference Board of Canada | 57 pages | July 2014 | by Gabriela Prada, Kelly Grimes, Ioulia Sklokin
Seeds for Success: The Value of Seed Treatments for Ontario Growers explores the potential economic consequences for corn and soybean farmers—and the Ontario economy—of a hypothetical...
The Conference Board of Canada | 76 pages | July 2014 | by Michael Grant, James Knowles, Vijay Gill
The City of Calgary, through the Calgary Emergency Management Agency, requested an independent review of its performance during the 2013 Southern Alberta floods. This report presents...
The Conference Board of Canada | 80 pages | July 2014 | by Ruben Vroegop
Recognizing the valuable role that Canada’s mid-sized cities play as regional hubs and economic engines in their respective areas, Mid-Sized Cities Outlook 2014 provides an important...
The Conference Board of Canada | 32 pages | June 2014 | by Alan Arcand, Jane McIntyre, Greg Sutherland, Robin Wiebe
This report assesses the economic and government revenue impacts associated with the Trans Mountain Expansion Project, which would nearly triple the capacity of the existing Trans...
The Conference Board of Canada | 81 pages | June 2014 | by Michael Burt, Todd A. Crawford
People with disabilities are a talent pool often overlooked by employers and struggle to find employment. This brief examines the business benefits of accessible employment practices...
The Conference Board of Canada | 26 pages | June 2014 | by Richard Brisbois
This briefing introduces “Lean,” a relatively new approach that focuses on maximizing customer value by eliminating “waste” from workflow. Lean empowers employees to redesign their...
The Conference Board of Canada | 19 pages | June 2014 | by Jennifer Mackenzie, William Hall
This briefing summarizes waste production and management in Ontario, and reviews the economic impacts of waste diversion from jurisdictions across North America, in order to provide...
The Conference Board of Canada | 20 pages | May 2014 | by Vijay Gill, James Knowles
This case study looks at the University of Saskatchewan, which has had great success with an integrated health and wellness team as its key to success in creating a productive...
The Conference Board of Canada | 3 pages | May 2014 | by Nicole Stewart
This report looks at the challenges facing Saskatchewan’s credit unions, recent regulatory and tax policy changes that may affect them, and the implications for credit unions’...
The Conference Board of Canada | 79 pages | May 2014 | by Mark Liew, Michael Grant
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