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Nov 06, 2018

Sunil Johal on compensating workers displaced by disruptive technology

November 6, 2018

Ridesharing services are disrupting the taxi industry, and now the City faces a $1.7 billion lawsuit. But who is responsible for lost jobs and lost incomes when technology disrupts an industry? Sunil Johal, policy director of the Mowat Centre, explains. Read More

Jun 04, 2018

Canada now has better data on skills and labour market outcomes than ever. Why is it so hard to use it?

June 4, 2018

It’s a familiar feeling. You need something. You invest resources – time and effort – to get it. You finally see it in front of you. You reach for it. And… you realize there’s still a barrier preventing you from grabbing and using it. Read More

Feb 20, 2018

Conversation: Automation and the future of work

February 20, 2018

New technologies may lead to millions of job losses in Canada and governments here are not as prepared for change as they are in other countries. Sunil Johal discusses automation and the future of work in Ontario. Read More

Jan 25, 2018

IRPP Event Video: In search of the next gig – A snapshot of precarious work in Canada today

January 25, 2018

What does precarious work look like in Canada today, and what is driving it? How should decision-makers address the loss of employment stability? Read More

Jan 16, 2018

Getting ahead of the future of work: Focus on the systems, not the skills

January 16, 2018

What will the future of work look like? Read More

Jan 03, 2018

Technology taking over the government

January 3, 2018

Technology will make today’s government obsolete. Sunil Johal, policy director at The Mowat Centre at the University of Toronto, says that this is a good thing. Read More

Oct 24, 2017

Are self-scanners taking over?

October 24, 2017

Sunil Johal discusses the broader context and implications of automating jobs such as retail cashiers. Read More

Oct 11, 2017

AI arms race: The labour costs

October 11, 2017

Sunil Johal on a panel discussing how the rise of artificial intelligence could impact Canada’s workforce and what we need to do to ensure the transition doesn’t leave workers behind as the labour market evolves. Read More