MaRS’ Innovation Economy Council surveyed 50 CEOs on the drivers of innovation in Canada. A combination of ambition, access to capital, talent, government financial support and a viable business model were all crucial to the companies’ success, they said. Read More

People, capital, and ideas are the three key pillars that will drive Canada’s economic prosperity and foster long-term growth, the report says. Key priority areas include investment in human capital, including building a skilled and inclusive workforce; attracting investments for new ventures and ... Read More

Humanities and social science programs develop skills that are increasingly valued by employers, a new study from the Public Policy Forum has found. Read More

A new C.D. Howe study analyzing PIAAC results argues governments, business and individuals should seize the tools available to narrow the gap between people’s skills and their jobs in order to improve productivity and accelerate economic growth. Read More