Student Aid: A Relief Program That Can Drive Innovation, Too
April 23, 2020
The recently announced relief measures for students and recent graduates will unlikely address the longer-term challenges ahead.
COVID-19 Recession Deepens Fast from Coast to Coast
April 13, 2020
The economic impact of the pandemic will be widespread across the country irrespective of the number of cases in each province.
How to make Canada a more self-reliant country in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic
April 7, 2020
RBC CEO David McKay says we'll need to work together and think about offence as well as defence while we plan for “the next normal."
Government Policies to Offset COVID-19 Shock on Low-wage Workforce
April 3, 2020
Policy action to provide some relief to low-income workers and SMEs but lacks attention to students and new graduates.
US Jobless Claims off the Charts
March 26, 2020
US jobless claims at 3.28 million last week; an increase of 3 million from the previous week.
To beat the robots, you just need the skill and will to learn
December 16, 2019
As the shelf life of tech skills shortens, human skills will be needed to thrive in a AI-powered economy.
Paging Dr. Data: How the coming skills revolution can transform healthcare
November 13, 2019
Automation won't replace the human aspects of healthcare. It will enable practitioners to do their work better than before.
How Women Will Thrive in a More Automated Future
November 7, 2019
At RBC Disruptors, we talked about how the disruption of learning can turn the age of automation into a positive force.