The Bank of Canada could change interest rates again in what has been an unpredictable year for rate watchers.
In his most significant speech since assuming the Bank of Canada governor position, Stephen Poloz announced his stance this week on Canada’s economic progress. According to him, our nation is on track for natural growth and expansion.
The Canadian unemployment rate increased to 7.2 per cent after losses were experienced in all sectors across the nation. How will this affect the rest of the economy, including the Canadian housing market?
Canada unemployment continues to be a national issue, and new graduates are hardest hit. Why are 20-somethings having trouble finding jobs? Is post-secondary debt setting students up for a lifetime of financial struggle?
CIBC has released a report on Canada’s fastest growing economies – and Toronto, Calgary and Regina lead the pack with the highest GDPs. Read on to see how these urban centres’ housing markets, employment levels and industry growth points the way to economic opportunity.