The National Capital Region’s unemployment rate jumped four-tenths of a percentage point in April as more residents joined the labour market while the total number of jobs fell
Ottawa-Gatineau’s unemployment rate held steady at 5.1 per cent in March, with a jump in the size of the region’s labour force being offset by a virtually identical increase in the number of jobs
Decline in jobless rate last month halts four consecutive months of increases.
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Though high tech continues to drive up employment in Ottawa-Gatineau, the public administration sector saw its ranks thinned by 3,700 positions, while the health-care sector shed 4,800 jobs
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Slight job gains in the tech sector weren’t enough to offset losses in several other industries as Ottawa-Gatineau’s unemployment rate edged up slightly in December, Statistics Canada rep
The National Capital Region's unemployment held at 4.6 per cent in November, according to Statistics Canada
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The unemployment rate in Ottawa-Gatineau nudged up slightly in October, Statistics Canada reported Friday, as one of the region’s biggest job creators cut its payrolls.