The annual rate of inflation in the nation’s capital held steady in August as the rest of the country saw the pace of price hikes slow
Fuelled by a wave of hiring in the health-care and retail sectors, Ottawa-Gatineau’s unemployment rate dipped slightly in August, Statistics Canada said Friday
Ottawa’s annual rate of inflation crept slightly higher than the rest of the country in July, as national prices rose in line with Bank of Canada targets.
Ottawa’s annual rate of inflation rose at roughly the same rate as the rest of the country in June, as both figures came down from a spike the month before
Ottawa-Gatineau’s unemployment rate held steady at 5.4 per cent in June as job gains across the region were offset by a growing labour force, according to data released Friday by Statisti
After a steady start to the year Ottawa’s annual rate of inflation kicked up in May, following similar trends across the country
Ottawa-Gatineau’s unemployment rate dipped by a tenth of a percentage point in May as the total number of residents with jobs held steady while the overall size of labour force shrank slightly
Statistics Canada says almost 3,800 business locations were at risk of being affected by spring flooding in three of the hardest hit regions of the country.
Ottawa’s annual inflation rate kept steady at 1.7 per cent for a third straight month in April while the rest of Ontario and Canada saw the pace of inflation rise due in part to the imple