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Sluggish job market or not, wage growth in Canada is picking up, new data from StatsCan shows.
Wages in Canada jumped by 1.6 per cent in just one m...
OTTAWA — Factory sales in Canada tumbled in September as the country's auto assembly plants reported a sharp drop in sales after four months of gain...
After months of stagnation, Canada's job market took off in October, adding 44,000 jobs as the unemployment rate fell one-tenth of a percentage point ...
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Canada's economy grew 0.3 per cent in July, Statistics Canada says, faster than the rate that economists had generally expected.
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