Canada is falling behind in the global race for talent

Contributed to the Globe and Mail by Bill Flanagan (Published Tuesday, February 20, 2024)

Bill Flanagan is president and vice-chancellor of the University of Alberta.

Canada is falling behind in the global race for talent. The country’s economy remains constrained by a tight labour market in sectors critical for future prosperity. Emerging new technologies with tremendous potential will require highly qualified individuals with the skills and ideas we need to capitalize on these new opportunities, from the rapid growth of artificial intelligence to the success of new net-zero energy solutions….

Opinion: Canada is falling behind in the global race for talent – The Globe and Mail

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