Half day eventIn Ottawa, ON
  • December 10, 20195:30pm - 7:30pm
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What will work "look like" in 5, 10 and 15 years, in Canada? Will AI and machine learning put us all out of work or will it create more new jobs? Should we be more concerned that the Canadian population is not growing fast enough (through immigration or otherwise) to maintain economic growth? Do we have the data we need to make informed decisions about Canadian labour market demands?  What are the skills that working-age Canadians need to remain competitive, relevant, or simply employed?  The uncertain future of work in Canada raises many questions and often, concerns, about our individual ability to contribute meaningfully to our economy and to provide for our families.  Join us for a lively panel conversation about the hype, the facts, and what future trends tell us about the future of work we might expect.


  • Maria Giammarco, Senior Research Associate, Future Skills Team, Conference Board of Canada
  • Lauren Hunter, Chief Architect, Talent Cloud, Treasury Board Secretariat of Canada
  • Rhonda Moore, Practice Lead, Science and Innovation, IOG - (Moderator)
  • Steven Tobin, Executive Director, Labour Market Information Council
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