Drawing on the experiences and expertise of our members, we provide unique insights, data-driven policy recommendations and in-depth analysis across a broad range of economic and social issues.
An aging population and increased global competition for talent requires that Canada work harder to attract, retain and develop its human capital. Employers have a responsibility to contribute to this effort by ensuring healthy, diverse and inclusive workplaces.
- Indigenous Relations
- Health and Well-being
- Skills and Talent
To succeed in today’s global economy, Canada needs a strategy that brings ideas to life and enhances the country’s competitive advantages.
- Digital Economy and Cybersecurity
- Corporate and Public Governance
Sound fiscal policy, investments to enhance growth and productivity, and competitive tax rates are fundamental to success in the global economy.
- Public Finances
- Jobs and Growth
Canada is blessed with an abundance of natural resources, which are the source of much of the country’s prosperity. Canadian energy producers and mining companies are key enablers of the transition to a low-carbon economy.
- Natural Resources
- Climate Change and Clean Growth
Canada’s prosperity relies on global stability, the rules-based multilateral trading system, cooperation among like-minded partners and respect for sovereign states.
- International Trade
- North America
- Global Affairs
“Our objective is to help strengthen the country’s economy, its social fabric, and its democratic institutions.”
- Founders’ statement
President and Chief Executive Officer – Teck Resources Limited
Elected Chair in January 2019, Don Lindsay has been a member of the Council since 2005.
President and Chief Executive Officer – Business Council of Canada
Goldy Hyder is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Business Council of Canada. Founded in 1976, the Council is a non-profit, non-partisan organization representing the chief executives and heads…