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It means consumer demand is likely to be stronger than it would be in other parts of the country in times of recession.
Wealth is shifting from oil producers to oil importers at a rate of $400 for every person on the planet, every year.
Canadians’ wages returned to growth in June after falling in May, Statistics Canada says. Non-farm wages were up by 0.8 per cent on average, having dropped by 0.6 per cent the month before, according...
There’s a different kind of income inequality growing in Canada, and where you rank on the ladder depends on where you live. On one side are Alberta, Saskatchewan and, yes, Newfoundland, where resourc...
The latest data on average weekly earnings released by Statistics Canada today shows the continuing gap between commodity-producing provinces and those based on manufacturing. Average weekly earnings...