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.
It's 9 a.m. on a recent Thursday and Union Station has just disgorged the last of the morning rush hour. Business executives, students, office workers all squeeze and jostle for space as they navigate the narrow passage between Union Station and Toronto's ...
FedEx workers sort packages at the Oakland Regional Sort Facility Dec. 11, 2012 in Oakland, Calif. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Ben Margot.
... Print. * Labor productivity advances by 0.2 pct, less than forecast. * Real GDP of business up by 0.8 percent; hours worked increase.
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.