Governments have been loosening COVID-19 restrictions, with Ottawa allowing airline and railway workers as well as passengers to climb on board without being jabbed starting Monday.
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In an unprecedented move, the Bank of Canada has announced a major increase to its key interest rate for the second time in two months as it forecasts higher consumer prices to come this year.
"Canadian inflation is running more than three times faster than target,'' Desjardins' head of macro strategy, Royce Mendes, wrote in a note to clients Monday.
New measures to ensure Canada doesn't export sensitive technology to foreign adversaries are among the changes being eyed by Ottawa to bolster the country's economic security.
Meta founder Mark Zuckerberg's ambitious vision to create an immersive digital realm will be aided by thousands of Canadian hires and a new engineering hub in the country.
U.S. protectionism has been a fact of life for decades. But even a year removed from Donald Trump's turn as president, it's very much on – thanks in large measure to Trump's successor.
Since Monday, protesters have cut off Canada-bound traffic on the Ambassador Bridge between Detroit and Windsor in a show of solidarity with demonstrators in Ottawa.
Lockdown Program will now offer wage and rent subsidies ranging between 25 and 75 per cent to employers who are subject to capacity restrictions of 50 per cent or more.
National Capital Region continued a recent slide that’s seen it lose nearly 30,000 jobs since July, but the unemployment rate still fell to 4.4 per cent thanks to a shrinking labour force.
That’s the lowest the rate has been since the dawn of the pandemic in March 2020, but it's mainly the result of a shrinking labour force, Statistics Canada says.