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Francis Fong, chief economist with CPA Canada, speaks at an IRPP Policy Options event in Ottawa on the need for a new, shared definition and greater understanding of precarious employment in Canada.

Canada’s labour market has seen a rise in precarious work in recent years. Francis Fong, CPA Canada’s chief economist, examines this issue in an article for Policy Options magazine.

If Canada wants to properly address precarious work, a formal definition and better data collection are needed. Francis Fong, chief economist at CPA Canada, delves into this issue in an article for The Globe and Mail.

Rising inequality is not just pervasive in our cities – it’s almost exclusive to our four largest cities. Francis Fong, CPA Canada’s chief economist, explains this phenomenon in an article for Policy Options magazine.

Alain Côté, CPA Canada Chair, recently participated on a panel at the fourth Annual Canada 2020 Conference, a leading policy event on Canada’s future featuring high-profile speakers and a forward-focused agenda.

Rising inequality in Canada is an urban phenomenon, primarily affecting our largest cities. Francis Fong, CPA Canada’s chief economist, looks at this issue and shares his research in The Globe and Mail.

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