In search of the next gig: A snapshot of precarious work in Canada today


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Policy Options Breakfast Discussion 
January 25, 2018
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
National Arts Centre
1 Elgin St, Ottawa

Special rate available for students and organizations with limited resources.

Job displacement linked to technological innovation or international trade is hardly a new phenomenon, nor is the instability that seasonal or young workers routinely face in the labour market. But the impact of the so-called "fourth industrial revolution" on the nature of work is much broader. Careers are becoming a patchwork of impermanent contracts and “gigs,” which often do not come with the benefits associated with long-term employment.

What does precarious work look like in Canada today, and what is driving it? How should decision-makers address the loss of employment stability? With the help of a panel of experts, our breakfast discussion will broach this key public policy issue. 

For more information, please contact Suzanne Lambert at (514) 787-0746 or