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Many global investors don't know enough about Canada to make informed decisions, CIBC says.
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Canada added 19,000 net new jobs in March, Statistics Canada reported -- but all the job growth was concentrated among men. Despite the increase in employment, the country's jobless rate rose a notch,...
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To say that Bombardier should be allowed to "crash and burn," as some have, is not only heartless for the thousands of workers and their families who would be left in desperate straits as a result, it is bad economic policy. It is important to remember that Bombardier is one of Canada's largest employers.
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Low pay or unemployment? Your choice.
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But this could be the year it gets it wrong.
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Canada added 67,000 part-time jobs in October, and lost 23,000 full-time ones.
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Canada’s job situation may be worse than previously believed.
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One big reason not to get excited about job growth.
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StatsCan's two measures of jobs are like night and day right now.
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Canada faces a "chronic atrophy of skills and employability of workers."
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How do you do it, British Columbia?
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Job growth triples economists' expectations.
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Canada's job market "took a breather" in April.
Toronto and Vancouver have all the jobs, and all the house price growth.