A three-month losing streak comes to an end.
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Economic growth in non-oil provinces is heating up.
Business managers have had a really rough year.
"There is a huge talent shortage within Canada."
"Do you ever feel like a plastic bag?"
"This type of employment has increasingly become the norm."
Canada’s manufacturing sector has finally recovered from the financial crisis and recession of 2008-09, and all it took was a collapse in oil prices...
Welcome to the new normal.
EI wait times top list of government service complaints.
Who knew police detectives make more than lawyers?
Canada's job market was flat in February, registering a small decline of 2,300 jobs.
But that was enough to push the unemployment rate to 7.3 per ...
Home Depot is planning to hire nearly 6,000 people across Canada, most of them on a single day this week.
The world’s largest home improvement re...
Shrinking profits aren't just a problem in the oil business anymore.
Industry wants more temporary foreign workers.
Falling offered wages are a sign of worsening economic conditions.
Kelowna has gone from being one of the best cities for a job to one of the worst cities in a year.
Paycheques in Alberta and Saskatchewan are getting smaller.
New Brunswick-based J.D. Irving says it expects to hire about 7,900 people in the next three years to work for its operations in Canada and the United States.
Yes, there are still good places to find work in Canada.
Business investment is also the lowest it's been since the financial crisis.
OTTAWA — In a tough year that saw the economy recoil over its first half, the country's job market still produced its best result in three years, St...
Only Ontario added new jobs, and "self-employment" is the only growth area.
Looking at the traffic numbers to HuffPost Canada's business and finance coverage, it’s clear readers know what stories matter to them: The unemploy...
It could have been worse.
That’s pretty much the best anyone can say for Canada’s job market in 2015, which managed to stay afloat (barely) des...
Canada's labour market performed worse than expected in November, shedding 36,000 jobs as the unemployment rate rose a notch to 7.1 per cent.
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