REPORT | Electricity Systems Across Western Canada: A Landscape Analysis
REPORT | Matching People with Jobs and Jobs with People
WHAT NOW? | The West wants in the Indo-Pacific
The federal government’s recently-released long-awaited Indo-Pacific Strategy will have more impact on the West compared to the rest of Canada. One thing clear from the relatively brief strategy and confusion in the federal government’s communication about it, there is still a window to help the government add detail to how the strategy will be implemented…
REPORT | Federal Impact Assessment Act Under Review: Measuring Progress on Projects and Timelines
REPORT | The Case for Literacy in Alberta: Life is hard when you can’t read
The demand for literacy skills in the workplace continues to rise as individuals face new technologies, new work processes, more advanced machinery, changes to regulations and new co-workers, all of which demand good or better levels of literacy. Workers must be able to understand what they have read and then apply that understanding to solve new problems…
REPORT | From Shovel Ready to Shovel Worthy
As the federal government turns to economic growth through the spring 2022 budget and the National Infrastructure Assessment, the report provides seven building blocks that are critical to the development of a nation-building infrastructure plan which is a key enabler for economic growth.
The latest research, commentary and recommendations from our analysts
Carbon fibre special edition | EIB 35
Energy Innovation Brief 35 | Close up on carbon fibreRead Article
OP-ED | Competency-based approach will modernize immigration system
OP-ED | Competency-based approach will modernize immigration systemRead Article
China Brief 99 - Now with Indo-Pacific news!
China Brief 99 | EU policies on China, U.S. divided on IPEF & moreRead Article
Soft win on softwood, Deja-LNG on hydrogen | North America Brief 13
North America Brief 13 | Soft win on softwood, Deja-LNG on hydrogenRead Article
Manitoba Youth Attraction and Retention Project
The Canada West Foundation is excited to announce it has launched a project examining the issue of youth migration in Manitoba. This project builds on its successful Alberta Youth Talent Attraction and Retention project and will aid the Manitoba government in understanding reasons youth leave the province and recommend ways to retain and attract young people.
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