What is Canada 2067?

Canada 2067 is uniting Canadians around a new vision for youth STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning.

Why now?

Canada is a global leader in education, but tomorrow will bring with it many challenges. We owe it to future generations to think big, and to prepare them to meet these challenges head-on. We must set ambitious goals for education to keep pace with an increasingly knowledge- and technologically-driven society—especially as other countries vie to do the same.

There is no better time than the present to call for collective action. By doing so, we can help shape and prioritize STEM learning over the next 50 years. We will look towards Canada’s bicentennial in 2067 to ensure this is accomplished, but the time to act is now.

The Challenge?

In a time when most Canadian youth disengage from STEM studies before high school graduation, we need to better prepare them for a future where disruptive technologies and changes in the labour market will reward highly skilled workers.

A grasp of science, technology, engineering and math will allow future generations to develop into critical thinkers, discoverers, entrepreneurs and problem solvers.

How will we meet the challenge?

By developing an action plan and national vision for STEM learning.

By collaborating with policy makers, educators, parents, business leaders, non-profit organizations and youth to ensure their perspectives and feedback are incorporated into the action plan. By having all Canadians who have a stake in education—and that’s everyone—participate in this important conversation.

The draft Canada 2067 learning framework is now ready for review and input:

What are the potential outcomes of Canada 2067?

To develop a shared vision and to ensure all youth benefit from strengthened education systems designed for the 21st century—a system that will ensure Canadian youth graduate as critical thinkers and informed citizens in a complex world. They will be armed with the skills required to succeed in the career of their choosing.

Our legacy will be one that has inspired the innovators, entrepreneurs, citizens and discoverers who will lead our country forward.