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In a new report released today, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce outlines recommendations for businesses, governments and post-secondary institutions

that lay a path to creating a workforce that can not only adapt, but lead in a changing economy.

The launch of this report is timely, as the government takes a step in the right direction in its efforts to launch a new innovation agenda. The fact that the government’s recognizes that innovation goes further than just technology by having six focus areas is particularly positive. Properly anchoring the innovation agenda to business sector priorities will require an ongoing and open dialogue with employers on what their needs are, and how to prepare the next generation of students to take on these challenges.

Find out more by clicking here to read the report.

For more information, please contact Patrick Snider, Director, Skills and Immigration Policy.

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