• Q&A: The Future of Canadian Art

    What do you enjoy most about your job? The variety of decisions you have to make and the variety of people you interact with on any given day as a director is extreme. It’s making decisions about which art to … More…

  • The Future of Marketing

    There’s no question that there will be a lot more technology involved in marketing in the next 10 to 20 years. The fundamentals of marketing itself won’t change, but today’s technology lets us do a lot more in terms of … More…

  • The Future of Environmentalism

    Canada wants to have a strong economy, but the expansion of development has to be within limits. Our economic activities are significantly contributing to climate change. We can’t separate the human impact on the environment from our survival as a … More…

  • The Future of Urban Planning

    There are a variety of changes underway today, some of which we don’t control, and that may impact urban planning in the future. The first, and maybe the most difficult for us to comprehend and plan for, is climate change. At … More…

  • The Future of Immigration

    Global demographic and economic trends will bring about major changes to immigration patterns around the world over the next 25 years. For many developed countries, the combination of falling birth rates and aging populations will shrink their existing labour forces. … More…

  • The Future of Augmented Reality

    Augmented Reality (AR) is a new mass medium and a rapidly emerging technology field. AR is a technology that allows for a digitally enhanced view of the real world. With the camera and sensors in a smartphone or tablet, AR … More…

  • The Future of Agricultural Research

    On a global level, climate change could be one of the biggest challenges to the Canadian agricultural industry. Crops need to withstand those extremes. We’re studying drought tolerance, cold tolerance and heat tolerance in order to improve the yield of … More…

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