BC report pinpoints three priority policy areas to strengthen BC’s fiscal future

A new report on British Columbia’s fiscal future by the BC Tech Association has pinpointed three priority policy areas to strengthen the province. The report recommends focusing on investing in sectors that have growth potential and that provide high-level and well-paying jobs, prioritizing education and skills training with a goal of driving the knowledge-based economy’s growth, and capturing data to drive decision-making. “We need to equip as many people as possible with the skills and training needed to realize the full potential of our talent pool,” said Jill Tipping, President of BC Tech. “And we need to properly quantify the economic windfall this investment would deliver.” Le Lézard Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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