The cities that once were the engines of Canadian job growth are underperforming badly in the age of COVID-19.
Canada's unemployment rate dropped to its lowest level in nine years in April, Statistics Canada reported Friday, but that
After months of little movement, Canada's job market took a dive in July.
Only Ontario added new jobs, and "self-employment" is the only growth area.
Canada's labour market performed worse than expected in November, shedding 36,000 jobs as the unemployment rate rose a notch
After months of stagnation, Canada's job market took off in October, adding 44,000 jobs as the unemployment rate fell one
After two months of shrinking job numbers, it looked like Canada had broken the streak with this morning’s StasCan report
Canada’s labour market continues to disappoint. The country created almost no net new jobs in July, StatsCan reported Friday
A pronounced shift toward temporary gigs and unstable positions could become the new normal for this generation as demand
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