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For Canadian companies to grow and thrive, they need access to a skilled workforce.
Canada is falling short in addressing the current and future skills needs of the workplace. There is presently a disconnect between the skills employers require, the skills employees possess and the skills that will be needed in the future to respond to an evolving economy.
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