11/21/2018 13:52 EST | Updated 04/17/2019 10:17 EDT

The Nature Of Work

Canada's natural resources have shaped our industries and our regional identity — from logging and oil and gas in the West, to mining on the Canadian Shield, to fishing in the East. But machines and robots are increasingly changing many of our jobs.

In The Nature of Work, HuffPost Canada looks at the impact of automation on Canada's natural resources sector, and what that may mean for the Canadian identity.

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