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The Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index shows that Ontario has overtaken Alberta after 17 months behind.
An investment fund designed to fuel innovation in Quebec is being backed by the federal and provincial governments.
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Canada’s jobless total has fallen to a six-year low and the number in employment increased for the second month in a row in October; marking a break in the up and down figures of recent months.
The OECD has revised its forecast for growth in the Canadian economy for this year; down from 2.5 per cent to 2.3 per cent.
The cost of the proposed LNG Canada plant in BC could be as high as $40 billion.
The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions has revealed that the number of pension plans on its ‘watch list’ of risk has declined from 128 to 92.
A new report by Brookfield RPS for the Globe and Mail shows that the speed at which house prices in Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary are growing compared to the rest of Canada is increasing.
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The Toronto Stock Exchange started higher this morning and was then put under pressure when the President of the European Central Bank gave the latest update from its monetary policy committee meeting.