Disruption is defining the future of our economy, and Canada’s workforce is not immune.
The colossal impacts of demographic shifts and technological evolutions, combined with the already existing inequities in our workforce based on gender, race and location, has galvanized stakeholders from across the economy to ask: What is the future of work?
While many of the factors defining how we work were already at play prior to the pandemic, COVID-19 has added an additional layer of uncertainty and instability to our future workforce. The future skills needed to survive and thrive in our economy just a few months ago may not be those we need today, and critical questions need to be asked about what must be done to strengthen our workforce for a resilient economic recovery.
This series takes a hard look at the future of work in Canada, with an emphasis on the skills our future economy needs, the role of innovation and the leaders that drive it, and the importance of cultivating a culture of intrapreneurship to propel Canada into the future economy.
- Forces Shaping the Future of Work
- VideoThe Skills and Partnerships Needed for Canada’s Innovation Economy John Hepburn CEO & Scientific Director - Mitacs
- VideoSkills for Canada’s Future Workforce Pedro Barata Executive Director - Future Skills Centre
- Preparing our Workforce and our Youth
- Attracting Youth Talent is Vital to the Electricity Sector’s Future Michelle Branigan CEO - Electricity Human Resources Canada
- Lifelong Learning is Key as Every Profession Will Be Disrupted Denise Amyot President & CEO - Colleges and Institutes Canada
- Computer Science Must be a Part of our Foundational Skills Melissa Sariffodeen Co-Founder & CEO - Canada Learning Code