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QuickList: Unemployment rates in selected Canadian cities in month of July

OTTAWA — The national unemployment rate was 6.8 per cent in July. Statistics Canada also released seasonally adjusted, three-month moving average unemployment rates for major cities but cautions the figures may fluctuate widely because they are based on small statistical samples. (Previous month in brackets.)

— St. John's, N.L. 6.3 (6.5)

— Halifax 6.1 (6.7)

— Moncton, N.B. 8.0 (7.9)

— Saint John, N.B. 8.2 (7.3)

— Saguenay, Que. 7.9 (7.4)

— Quebec 4.0 (4.0)

— Sherbrooke, Que. 7.0 (6.9)

— Trois-Rivieres, Que. 6.0 (5.9)

— Montreal 8.9 (8.7)

— Gatineau, Que. 7.3 (7.7)

— Ottawa 6.1 (6.1)

— Kingston, Ont. 6.5 (6.8)

— Peterborough, Ont. 6.6 (7.1)

— Oshawa, Ont. 7.4 (7.5)

— Toronto 6.6 (6.9)

— Hamilton 5.3 (5.2)

— St. Catharines-Niagara, Ont. 6.2 (6.0)

— Kitchener-Cambridge-Waterloo, Ont. 5.1 (5.5)

— Brantford, Ont. 7.0 (6.1)

— Guelph, Ont. 3.6 (3.4)

— London, Ont. 6.3 (5.9)

— Windsor, Ont. 8.7 (8.9)

— Barrie, Ont. 7.2 (7.7)

— Sudbury, Ont. 7.3 (7.1)

— Thunder Bay, Ont. 4.8 (5.1)

— Winnipeg 6.0 (6.1)

— Regina 4.3 (4.2)

— Saskatoon 5.8 (5.5)

— Calgary 6.6 (5.9)

— Edmonton 5.7 (5.9)

— Kelowna, B.C. 5.0 (4.5)

— Abbotsford, B.C. 5.4 (5.4)

— Vancouver 6.0 (6.1)

— Victoria 5.3 (6.0)

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