Let’s hard-wire inclusion into Canada’s innovation economy
Inclusive growth needs to be about more than expanding participation in Canada’s economy. It’s about the nature of the economy itself.
Automation promises to enhance productivity, but according to research from the Brookfield Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, people with lower incomes and education, and in certain communities, such as manufacturing or mining towns, will face the brunt of the resulting job disruption. Photograph courtesy of WolfVision GmbH