The world is changing in disruptive, powerful, and transformative ways and Canada can’t escape the consequences. Change will impact countries, communities, industries, and jobs—how we organize ourselves to deal with change, how we create wealth and how we live. Better to understand and prepare for change, rather than fight it.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured last month in Ottawa. How do we succeed in a world where our traditional natural resources are less important and our ability to compete in a digital economy is much more important, asks David Crane. The Hill Times photograph Andrew Meade
TORONTO—This is the big Canadian challenge: how do we succeed in a world where our traditional natural resources are less important and our ability to compete in a digital economy is much more important?
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