New Resource! Conference Board of Canada e-Library

CBOCA new resource is available to students and staff, the Conference Board of Canada (CBoC) database. CBoC is a not-for-profit Canadian organization that researches and analyzes economic trends, organizational performance,  and public policy issues. This resource will be of special interest to students in business, political science, health, and more.

The CBoC e-library contains all of the Conference Board’s periodical publications, research reports and economic studies from 1988 to current. Subjects covered include risk management, taxation, socio-economic performance, health, governance, human resources management, organizational excellence, Canadian economic trends, provincial economic trends, industry trends, international trends, international economic trends, travel and tourism sector trends, and public policy service.

Services include:

  • e-Library: Research reports, webinars and conference proceedings
  • Multi-Year Initiatives: Centre for Food in Canada, How Canada Performs, Centre for the North, Centre for Business Innovation, Canadian Alliance for Sustainable Health Care, Saskatchewan Institute, CIBC Scholar-in-Residence.

Reports & Recordings

The Conference Board of Canada provides objective analyses, in report, conference e-proceedings and recorded webinar form, of key economic, organizational performance and public policy issues of interest to the professional development of our members.

About the Conference Board

  • The foremost independent, evidence-based, not-for-profit applied research organization in Canada.
  • Objective, independent and evidence-based, they do not lobby for specific interests
  • Experts in:
  • Specialists in economic trends, as well as organizational performance and public policy issues.

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