TABE - Impact of New Technologies on Canada's Labour Market - Venue Change

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Wednesday 25 January 2017, 12:15 - 13:30


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Impact of New Technologies on Canada's Labour Market and Economy

Sunil Johal - Policy Director - The Mowat Centre


Our Topic

Millions of Canadians might lose their jobs to automation in the next decade. Hundreds of thousands of others could see their full-time positions replaced with short-term, temporary gigs. In November 2016, the Mowat Centre released a report "Working without a Net", co-authored by Sunil Johal, its policy research director. TABE is pleased that Sunil Johal will present results from this work. His talk will explore the implications of new technologies on Canada's labour market and economy, as well as the adequacy of current social policies and programs designed to support workers.

Our Speaker

Sunil Johal is Policy Director at the Mowat Centre, School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Toronto.  He has a broad range of public policy expertise across economic, social, intergovernmental and regulatory fields.


Location  Industry Canada, 3rd Floor, 151 Yonge Street
Toronto, Ontario (SE Corner of Richmond and Yonge)
Date January 25th, 2017, 12:15 to 13:30
Price TABE and CABE members in good standing $30, Others $50. A light lunch will be available.




Location Innovation, Science & Economic Development Canada, 3rd floor boardroom
151 Yonge Street