A new report from the Conference Board of Canada and HSBC Bank Canada says that three Canadian industries—primary metal manufacturing, chemical manufacturing, and machinery manufacturing—have the innovative products, demand and […]
Canada’s employment statistics for July were disappointing and, as is often the case, worse than economists had expected. The country lost 31,000 jobs, enough to lift the unemployment rate by
Canada’s trade surplus with the rest of the world more than tripled in June, growing from $576 million in May to $1.9 billion in June. Exports were up by 1
Canada’s manufacturing industry experienced a “solid rebound” in June, the second quarter of 2014 ending on a “positive note” with the strongest output and business growth so far this year.
Canada’s manufacturing sector saw slightly improved conditions in August, according to the latest RBC Canadian Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI). Employment in the manufacturing sector increased to a three-month high,