The Bank of Canada is behind the curve, starts raising rates more aggressively to control inflation
With a major overshoot of inflation now confirmed, the Bank of Canada sees the economy running into a period of persistent excess demand. Even with today’s aggressive move, the Bank’s policy rate remains stimulative, and the broadening of price and wage pressures means medium-term inflation risks are rising.
What We Heard: “Employment Inclusion of People with Visible and Invisible Disabilities” Inclusive Growth Dialogue
With diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts often focusing on race, gender, and ethnicity, it's critical to expand these discussions to also include accessibility and people with visible and invisible disabilities, including neurodivergence.
338 Conversations on Workplace Mental Health
Did you know that half a million Canadians miss work each week due to a mental health related illness? Workplace...