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Cyber security is a systemic risk to any business, but many board members lack the literacy in cyber security that they need to oversee this risk. This report provides a three-stage...
The Conference Board of Canada | 30 pages | December 2016 | by Micah Clark
Find out which cities place well in the latest City Health Monitor. This briefing discusses the key findings for 10 Canadian metropolitan areas.
The Conference Board of Canada | 30 pages | December 2016 | by Greg Sutherland
This quarterly economic forecast provides highlights of the Provincial Outlook report, which presents the short-term outlook for Canada’s provinces.
The Conference Board of Canada | 16 pages | December 2016 | by Marie-Christine Bernard
This briefing looks at the important role of temporary foreign workers (TFWs) in alleviating critical labour shortages in Canada’s agriculture sector and proposes an alternative...
The Conference Board of Canada | 26 pages | December 2016 | by Michael Burt, Robert Meyer-Robinson
Cette note de recherche traite du rôle déterminant que jouent les travailleurs étrangers temporaires (TET) pour combler en partie les graves pénuries de main-d’œuvre dans le secteur...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 30 pages | December 2016 | by Michael Burt, Robert Meyer-Robinson
In early May 2016, uncontrolled wildfires engulfed much of Fort McMurray and the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, leading to the evacuation of over 88,000 residents. The...
The Conference Board of Canada | November 2016 | by Pedro Antunes
The payday loan industry has an unfavourable image with the public, and politicians and the media mainly discuss it in a negative light. Despite its unfavourable reputation, the...
The Conference Board of Canada | 74 pages | November 2016 | by Sabrina Bond
Canada’s major metropolitan regions are competing with other global cities for talent and investment. In such a world, cities need to know how they stack up against other globally...
The Conference Board of Canada | November 2016 | by Alan Arcand
Canada’s major metropolitan regions are competing with other global cities for talent and investment. In such a world, cities need to know how they stack up against other globally...
The Conference Board of Canada | November 2016
A major earthquake in Western Canada could lead to significant economic costs for the private and public sector and the possibility of widespread failure in the insurance industry.
The Conference Board of Canada | 54 pages | November 2016 | by Marc Desormeaux, Jane McIntyre
We estimate that a total of $5.3 billion will be injected into Alberta’s economy to rebuild after the 2016 Fort McMurray wildfires; this will have been Canada’s costliest natural...
The Conference Board of Canada | 22 pages | November 2016 | by Pedro Antunes, Marie-Christine Bernard, Prince Owusu
Globalization is transforming post-secondary educational institutions (PSEs), with increasing numbers of post-secondary students enrolling in institutions outside their home country...
The Conference Board of Canada | 82 pages | November 2016 | by Michael Grant
This report is a forecast of tourism activity in Canada, the provinces, and Yukon plus the outlook for domestic, United States, and key overseas markets such as Europe and Asia...
The Conference Board of Canada | 18 pages | November 2016 | by Greg Hermus
Decreased physical activity and increased sedentary behaviour are linked to overweight, obesity, and chronic diseases. This report evaluates school-based interventions to address...
The Conference Board of Canada | 64 pages | November 2016 | by Jessica Brichta
It seems like a director’s oversight responsibility is ever increasing and without an end in sight. From company history and policies to financial forecasting, boards are bombarded...
The Conference Board of Canada | October 2016
This second report of the series on the value of physician assistants (PAs) calculates the cost savings that could be generated for the health system by hiring more PAs.
The Conference Board of Canada | 47 pages | October 2016 | by Marc Desormeaux, Matthew Stewart, Kelly Grimes, Gabriela Prada
Information and communication technologies (ICTS) hold the potential to improve post-secondary learning by making learning more accessible and engaging. This report considers how...
The Conference Board of Canada | October 2016 | by Michael Grant
This briefing, which is based on interviews with nine Canadian HR and operational executives, examines how Canadian organizations are using human resources business partners (HRBPs)...
The Conference Board of Canada | 39 pages | October 2016 | by Jane Cooper, Shannon Jackson
Your sustainability strategy and policy direction have been set. Now what? Organizations often find that after the long process of building and adopting a sustainability policy...
The Conference Board of Canada | October 2016
This report measures how demographic changes, particularly to immigration levels or fertility rates, might reduce some of the economic and fiscal costs of an aging Canadian population...
The Conference Board of Canada | 39 pages | October 2016 | by Julie Adès, Daniel Fields, Alicia Macdonald, Matthew Stewart
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