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It won't be the oil producers, that's for sure.
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Canada's economy has gone from bang to whimper in a few months.
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But a big rebound is expected for later this year.
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But a rebound is expected in the third quarter.
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Retail is down. Manufacturing is down. You know what's up though? Inflation...
The loonie at 80 cents U.S.? That was never going to last.
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The services sector is growing. The goods-producing sector, not so much.
We'd be better of with lower oil prices and a lower loonie, CIBC says.
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TORONTO — The International Monetary Fund is lowering its economic growth projections for Canada and the world. Slowing growth in global oil exports, low crude prices and weak demand for non-oil commo...
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The growth is "likely to prove unsustainable."
“Some are questioning whether Canada really needed that fiscal stimulus after all.”
"2016 is off to a roaring start."
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No timeline in budget for when deficits will end.
Ordinarily Canadians who retire before age 65 and choose to draw CPP early receive reduced benefits for the rest of their lives. That makes sense as they will not have paid in as much in premiums. The bridge benefit allows many government workers to claim their full pension early, penalty-free. If this seems rather unfair, that's because it is.