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Canada’s demographic crisis threatens incomes and living standards

Because retired people save less money than working people, Canada will rely more on foreign savings to finance domestic investments.

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Our aging population—a serious problem for Canada

The share of the population over 65 is projected to grow from about 18 per cent to nearly 26 per cent.

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The new normal—continued economic growth, not secular stagnation

Innovation will revolutionize future economic productivity.

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Artificial Intelligence will kill jobs—and create them

The extent and urgency of educating and training workers should not be overestimated.

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Don’t believe doomsday predictions about a ‘tech-driven’ employment apocalypse

In 1921, agriculture accounted for nearly one-third of all employment in Canada compared to two per cent by the early 21st century.