A drop in the size of Ottawa-Gatineau’s overall labour force offset a series of job losses across the board last month, keeping the National Capital Region’s unemployment rate steady at 4.3%
National price increases fuelled by higher costs at the gas pump and pricey produce.
Ottawa-Gatineau’s unemployment rate dipped slightly to 4.3 per cent in January from 4.4 per cent in December despite a drop in the number of people who were working last month, Statistics Canada sa
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Employers in Ottawa-Gatineau shed about 1,600 jobs from their collective payrolls in December, but a dip in the size of the labour force helped the unemployment rate in the region hold steady
Ottawa’s annual rate of inflation ballooned to 2.5 per cent in November – the largest increase so far this year – according to data released Wednesday from Statistics Canada.
The region’s unemployment rate ticked up slightly in November as a rise in the size of the labour force outpaced a slight increase in the overall number of workers
Ottawa’s annual rate of inflation rose slightly above the national average in October, up two per cent over last year’s figures
The unemployment rate in Ottawa-Gatineau hit its lowest point in at least 18 years in October on the strength of robust gains in the construction, education and food services sectors