The economy shed 9,400 jobs in June
Where will PC leader Tim Hudak find those one million jobs?
There’s no “severe labour shortage” in the region, but TFW numbers have risen dramatically
Only when you look beyond the headline employment numbers will you see the extent to which confidence in the job market plummeted
Obama puts a stop to White House selfies, unemployment drops and a troubling shortage of limes
We earn more and still love our banks, but poverty is on the rise and so is suicide
OTTAWA – The Canadian economy lost a surprising 45,900 jobs in December to finish the weakest year of job growth since 2009, raising concerns about how the economy will fare…
OTTAWA – The opposition is pouncing on the Conservative government’s insistence that the Canadian economy is still strong despite unexpectedly grim job numbers and rising unemployment in December.
The recession is over, but factories are still closing, companies are downsizing and people are getting laid off
The numbers and the arguments at a glance
No silver bullet, but a salvo of ideas
Why grads with a doctorate are more likely to be unemployed than master’s degree holders
Plus: what the analysts are saying about U.S. employment and trade data
Fifth of employers plan to add workers
Ontario and B.C. show biggest gains
Job creation slowed in January
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