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Despite the compelling evidence, not all employers are fully engaged in preventing harassment (including bullying and sexual harassment) and workplace violence. Even among those...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | May 2019
Canada is set to legalize recreational marijuana, which has major implications for Canadian workplaces. What makes it tougher for Canadian organizations to react is knowing exactly...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | March 2018
Ce premier document de travail se penche sur la manière dont le nouveau centre du Conference Board du Canada pour une économie de croissance sobre en carbone contribuera à façonner...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 34 pages | March 2017 | by Glen Hodgson
Ce rapport fait une synthèse de la documentation sur le cannabis et des effets potentiels de cette substance sur le milieu de travail, tout en définissant les principaux enjeux...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 48 pages | June 2018 | by Monica Haberl
Ce rapport donne un aperçu d’études sur le potentiel national et provincial en matière d’efficacité énergétique afin d’aider à évaluer les possibilités actuelles à cet égard au...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 5 pages | August 2017 | by Allison Robins
Ce rapport examine les économies générées par le recours accru à une nouvelle catégorie de médicaments – les inhibiteurs de la proprotéine convertase subtilisine/kexine de type...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 75 pages | April 2017 | by Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin, Greg Sutherland
In this Centre for Food in Canada report, the Conference Board explores the underlying economics of Canada’s food supply chains and provides insights and implications for industry,...
The Conference Board of Canada | 45 pages | July 2013 | by Vijay Gill
Le secteur ontarien du tourisme et de l’hôtellerie a connu une année difficile, mais des transitions professionnelles viables et souhaitables sont possibles. Ce document explore...
The Conference Board of Canada | 25 pages | April 2021 | by Nachum Gabler, Thomas Hindle, Sheila Rao
In its latest budget, Canada’s federal government takes a “stay the course” approach.
The Conference Board of Canada | Website | March 2017
Budget 2018 focuses on the government’s policy agenda while doing little to address our declining competitiveness or set aside adequate resources to stimulate the economy during...
The Conference Board of Canada | Website | February 2018
Budget 2019 offers a little to many, with new spending available for middle-class workers, students, and seniors. The budget does not offer incentives for business investment to...
The Conference Board of Canada | Website | March 2019
A new proactive Pay Equity Act—which received Royal Assent on December 13, 2018—will require federal private sector employers with 10 or more employees to establish and...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | May 2019
Today, there are over 200,000,000 women business owners around the world. Many of these entrepreneurs are not doing business as usual. Rather, they are tapping into their...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | March 2017
Ce rapport résume et synthétise la contribution faite par l’Alliance canadienne pour des soins de santé durables (ACSSD) au cours de son premier mandat et définit le futur cadre...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 8 pages | May 2017 | by Jessica Brichta, Thy Dinh, Carole Stonebridge
Extremist Islamist groups such as ISIS have been getting better at reaching and recruiting young Muslims since the Arab Spring. The massive migration of “foreign fighters” from...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | February 2017
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
This report examines the reasons why some organizations experience recruitment and retention challenges and considers the reasons why other organizations do not face such difficulties.
The Conference Board of Canada | 74 pages | August 2015 | by Sorin Cohn, Bruce Good
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
This is the fourth briefing in a series on how the transition to a clean energy growth economy with lower GHG emissions will be financed.
The Conference Board of Canada | 10 pages | January 2019 | by Glen Hodgson, Roger Francis
In 2014, the Canadian Beverages Association launched the Balance Calories Initiative. The Initiative’s goal is to reduce (by 20 per cent) non-alcoholic beverage calories consumed...
The Conference Board of Canada | 21 pages | December 2020
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