Quick takes on what are sure to be budget-talking points
There are several reasons to explain the sudden drop in renovation activity in the province
Your top financial and economic news for Nov. 28
Economists had predicted the economy to shed 5,000 jobs in October
Sharp increase in GDP was the strongest growth rate in nearly three years
Despite disappointing job growth, Canada seems to be doing pretty well on the global unemployment front.
A list of who the Finance Minister invited to his policy confab
A refined look at the data shows that some demographics in the labour force are enduring near-historic unemployment rates
Edmonton leads the way on map that shows five years of economic recovery
Economy suffered through the worst quarter in more than a year
We earn more and still love our banks, but poverty is on the rise and so is suicide
What now? What next? Jason Kirby explains
OTTAWA – Canada’s national annual inflation rate rose to 1.2 per cent last month, slightly higher than in November but still low by historic standards, Statistics Canada reported Friday.
Or a little bit of both?
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OTTAWA – Growth in the U.S. is helping lift the economy, but corporate Canada remains concerned about weak demand and domestic uncertainty, the latest business outlook survey by the Bank
Dismal new job numbers could be a sign of too much belt-tightening too soon