Over a century ago, Andrew Carnegie helped usher in the rapid dissemination of knowledge across the United States and the world by funding the construction of over 2500 libraries at an estimated cost of $60 million. His vision held that … Read More.
Working at the convergence of precarious positions and the digital revolution Last week, we at the DEEP Centre blog explored the trend towards precarious work and the challenges this trend presents for young workers and the Canadian economy. In Toronto, … Read More.
How will new waves of technological change like robotics and artificial intelligence affect the employment landscape in rural and urban communities across Ontario? How are leading organizations and networks harnessing digital technologies to further the public good ? And, what can municipal leaders … Read More.
Working at the convergence of precarious employment and the digital revolution As a member of the Millennial generation, a recent article by Philip Cross in the Globe and Mail regarding part-time and self-employment following the 08-09 recession set off a … Read More.