Julie Cafley is vice-president at Canada’s Public Policy Forum. Her research focuses on higher education leadership.
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Some Assembly Required: STEM Skills and Canada's Economic Productivity
April 30, 2015
Let me begin with a direct counterpoint to the proposition that there are too many kids in Canadian universities. Instead, I believe the opposite.
Speech by Allan Rock
President of the University of Ottawa
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Thank you very much for coming today. I am delighted to be a guest of the Economic Club of Canada.
Recent international rankings of universities seem to show that Canada’s major universities are slipping. But looking closer, we’re in fact not doing badly.