The country added another 54,000 jobs in September, but private-sector employment is falling.
Daniel Tencer has been the business editor at HuffPost Canada since 2011. A two-decade veteran of journalism, Tencer's work has appeared in the National Post, Ottawa Citizen, Maisonneuve Magazine and numerous other publications in Canada, the U.S. and Europe. He is a member of the Canadian Association of Journalists and the business journalists' group SABEW Canada. Languages spoken: English (fluent), Polish (fluent), Czech (conversational), Spanish (basic), French (basic).
The last time Canada had a minority government, risky lending practices exploded.
10/09/2019 13:42 EDT
The credit rating agency says it has informed the people potentially affected, as well as Canada's privacy commissioners.
10/08/2019 16:25 EDT
Priced out of the housing market, some young Canadians are turning to other kinds of investments.
10/08/2019 09:28 EDT
As stock prices swoon, some marijuana companies are facing a cash crunch.
10/07/2019 10:44 EDT
There are more than 400,000 international students in Canada, and no one is building housing for them.
10/06/2019 09:18 EDT
Some Canadians are toking before or at work, but they seem to be keeping their s**t together.
10/03/2019 12:52 EDT
Fewer houses are being listed for sale even as buyers return to the market.
10/03/2019 11:20 EDT
The NDP seem to be the only party listening to the experts when it comes to the housing crisis.
10/01/2019 13:17 EDT
Declining prices in Vancouver are taking some of the risk off its housing market, but that's not the case in Toronto.
09/30/2019 14:40 EDT
The experts increasingly agree that we need to build more rentals to fix the housing affordability problem.
09/30/2019 09:44 EDT
A no-growth economy isn’t just possible; for most of us, it’s already here. The problem is debt.
09/28/2019 12:13 EDT
The imbalance in Canadian housing markets is reaching absurd proportions.
09/26/2019 08:17 EDT
The rich lost a yacht-load of money in the markets, even as their incomes continued to grow.
09/25/2019 17:58 EDT
Oil production costs will have to come way down to be competitive with renewables a decade from now, a new study says.
09/15/2019 09:29 EDT
Spreading it from mortgages to credit cards and loans could be a good thing.
09/13/2019 10:55 EDT
One in five young adults admit to having lied on a loan application.
09/09/2019 06:30 EDT
Vancouver's house prices are still falling, but Toronto appears to be on the edge of a new price boom.
09/05/2019 10:30 EDT
Taxpayers may find themselves on the hook for bailing out bankrupt condo corporations.
09/03/2019 16:19 EDT
House prices will be high and retiring could be more difficult, but governments will have billions more to play with.
09/02/2019 09:31 EDT
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