OTTAWA -- The bite of the oil-price shock sunk its teeth deeper into the job markets of Canada's oil-producing provinces last month, with Alberta posting its worst unemployment rate in a decade.
Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr speaks to media after a breakfast speech at the Calgary Chamber of Commerce in Calgary, Ab., on Friday February 5, 2016.
Electrician Kyle Robertson hired his first apprentice six months into his new business. Five years later, Robertson, 30, and his business partner Ben Forhan, also 30, have jumped in with both feet.
Canada has seen the most production curtailed in response to depressed prices of any major oil producer, a leading consultancy said Friday, though many companies in Western Canada and elsewhere are willing to record an operating loss to keep some ...
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