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Four out of every 10 young workers with a university degree are overqualified for their job in the years after graduation, Canada's Parliamentary Budget Officer has warned.
Some of Canada’s elite tech startups have formed a lobby group to advance their interests in Ottawa, less than two months after former BlackBerry Ltd. chief executive officer Jim Balsillie exhorted them to do a better job of working the halls of government.
The group, known as the Canadian Council of Innovators, got its start last week after 20 firms, including Shopify Inc., Hootsuite Media Inc., Wattpad, Hatch Ltd. and D2L Corp. signed on and committed an undisclosed amount to fund a “small but mighty” organization based in Toronto. Mr. Balsillie will be chairman, while John Ruffolo, CEO of the venture-capital arm of pension giant Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System, will serve as deputy chair. Mr. Ruffolo estimated that membership would top out at 50 firms.<!-- This is a catch-all ASF view; only displays when an unsupported article type is put in an ASF drop zone -->
Membership is open to a specific type of company: It must be Canadian-based, be increasing revenues rapidly via “organic” growth rather than acquisitions, have annual sales of at least $15-million (U.S.) and be scaling up for global expansion.
members could use the government’s help to spur revenue growth and improve their access to talent, Mr. Ruffolo said
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