OTTAWA -- The Canadian economy churned out an additional 21,600 jobs last month, the most since August, although almost all the new workers were part-time and the unemployment rate continued to sit at 6.9 per cent for the third straight month.
... Print. * Labor productivity advances by 0.2 pct, less than forecast. * Real GDP of business up by 0.8 percent; hours worked increase.
Finance Canada has pulled partisan comments attacking the NDP over the Canada Pension Plan from its website - the second time this year that political remarks from a Conservative minister have been posted and then removed from a departmental site.
The dispute between the province of Saskatchewan and Potash Corp. is a case study in the relationship between a government and a region's corporate powerhouse.
CALGARY - A university study suggests Canada's First Nations harbour a deep mistrust of the oil and gas industry, but are willing to talk energy development if it can be proven to be beneficial to them.