C’est encore l’économie, idiot.

Malgré tout le brouhaha autour de l’abordabilité durant cette saison électorale, il est incroyable de constater à quel point les chefs de parti, les candidats et les médias parlent peu de la manière la plus rudimentaire et la plus efficace de créer de nouveaux emplois et une hausse des salaires, en plus d’améliorer la qualité de vie globale de la population canadienne. Comme l’a si bien dit le stratège démocrate James Carville dans le cadre de la campagne présidentielle de Bill Clinton couronnée de succès en 1992 : « C’est l’économie, idiot ».

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Graham Scott
Khan: Needed, a national employment policy for Canada's immigrant population

There is a major discrepancy between the expertise (and expectations) immigrants bring with them and how Canada positions itself to be able to absorb that expertise.

This is the overall understanding of several reports published over the last year that studied employment inequity in the labour market. These reports, focusing mainly on Ontario – still the most popular destination for new immigrants – show that immigrant populations are some of the most underemployed in Canada.

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CompetencesGraham Scott
Needed, a national employment policy for Canada's immigrant population

There is a major discrepancy between the expertise (and expectations) immigrants bring with them and how Canada positions itself to be able to absorb that expertise.

This is the overall understanding of several reports published over the last year that studied employment inequity in the labour market. These reports, focusing mainly on Ontario – still the most popular destination for new immigrants – show that immigrant populations are some of the most underemployed in Canada.

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CompetencesGraham Scott
International trade: New sandbox rules

With the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) signed and awaiting ratification, the rules around international trade are shifting for Canada. Before the Bell engaged with stakeholders and experts to discuss how Canadians can capitalize on the USCMA, what it means for our industries, and what global opportunities remain for the government’s progressive internationalism agenda.

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CommerceGraham Scott