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Employment levels during COVID—some provinces fared better than others

B.C., Nova Scotia and Alberta experienced the strongest employment rebounds during the pandemic.

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A closer look at Canada’s changing labour market

The national employment rate in 2022 was 0.2 percentage points below the rate in 2019.

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Trudeau government should pivot away from Morneau-era policies of weakness

Investment in machinery, equipment, factories, intellectual property and other assets declined by 17.3 per cent.

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Artificial intelligence joins humans in fight against COVID-19

Dozens of U.S. hospitals are using an AI system to predict which COVID-19 patients will become critically ill.

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Canadian cheers over pending USMCA may be short-lived

Stronger enforcement of labour provisions will likely increase manufacturing costs in Mexico.