Unemployment rate unchanged at seven per cent
March numbers show the Canadian jobless rate matches the lowest point it’s been since the recession
There is a certain sentiment—possibly driven by nostalgia—that jobs used to be more stable
Gains in natural resources, agriculture, finance, real estate
New statistics counter the popular narrative
Employment drops in six of 10 provinces
Unemployment rate falls to 7.0 per cent
How long will it take until unemployment hits 6.5 per cent?
Growth in Ontario, Quebec and Manitoba
A double-dip recession is looming and there are no easy fixes for a debt-soaked global economy
It depends who you ask. But even if it isn’t racist, that doesn’t mean it’s enlightened.