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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
This report provides an overall world ranking of food safety performance for 17 OECD countries, illustrated by 10 indicators organized across three food safety risk governance...
The Conference Board of Canada | 68 pages | November 2014 | by Jean-Charles Le Vallée, Sylvain Charlebois
This report presents the context for strategic workforce planning in Canada by identifying trends and providing insights related to the changing business environment, labour force,...
The Conference Board of Canada | 60 pages | November 2014 | by Heidi Martin, Richard Brisbois
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
This report provides a conceptual framework and analysis of Canada’s policy, legal, and regulatory (PLR) environment for skills and post-secondary education; and identifies areas...
The Conference Board of Canada | 155 pages | November 2014 | by Jessica Edge, Alison Howard
What is the state of skills in Canada? This study provides a systems perspective on skills development in the post-secondary education sector and identifies areas for improvement.
The Conference Board of Canada | 164 pages | November 2014 | by Daniel Munro, James Stuckey, Cameron MacLaine
Il ne suffit pas d’avoir une activité physique. Il faut aussi être moins sédentaire. Selon cette note d’information —première d’une série intitulée « Moving Ahead : Healthy Active...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 42 pages | October 2014 | by Fares Bounajm, Thy Dinh, Louis Theriault
This is the primer in the series of briefings that aim to identify cost-effective, scalable, and sustainable interventions to promote and improve healthy active living among Canadians.
The Conference Board of Canada | 32 pages | October 2014 | by Thy Dinh
Join us for a 60-minute recorded webinar in which Jennifer MacKenzie, Vice-President Strategic Planning, Transformation Support and Innovation, discusses research findings from...
The Conference Board of Canada | September 2014
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
This report examines how financial advice can boost household savings, leading to better retirement readiness and improved economic prospects in the long term.
The Conference Board of Canada | 45 pages | September 2014 | by Pedro Antunes, Alicia Macdonald, Matthew Stewart
Ce rapport expose les principes clés de la gestion de l’innovation pour les entreprises établies qui souhaitent innover pour devenir plus compétitives. Il illustre ces principes...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 119 pages | August 2014 | by Catharine Johnston, Michael Grant
This recorded webcast looks at innovative ways on how to mitigate unconscious bias.
The Conference Board, Inc. | July 2014 | by Michael Grant
This recorded webcast looks at innovative ways on how to mitigate unconscious bias.
The Conference Board, Inc. | July 2014
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
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
Organizations need to understand the preferences of Millennials and Gen X to attract, retain, and engage these employees. This report explores these preferences and provides recommendations...
The Conference Board of Canada | 76 pages | June 2014 | by Naoko Hawkins, Jane Vellone, Ruth Wright
Learn from Canada’s top change leaders how to manage all types of change initiatives. This year’s conference focused on practical examples of change success, from top change leaders...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2014
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
CEOs are turning inward and developing their internal capacity. This report discusses why this is critical for coping with ever-changing business environments and dealing with...
The Conference Board of Canada | 48 pages | May 2014 | by Colin Hall, Katie O’Brien
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