02 Jan Governments must invest in economic industries and training for the future
In 2008 the Federal and Ontario governments bailed out General Motors and other automotive manufacturers in an attempt to save jobs. Ten years later GM’s closing of the Oshawa plant prompts the question of where government investments should be going to promote job security and growth. The Globe and Mail argues for skills training and life-long learning to foster a more resilient and adaptive workforce. Read more here.