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Some 1,000 businesses in Gatineau and hundreds more in Ottawa were potentially affected by flooding at the end of April, Statistics Canada reports
Ottawa’s annual inflation rate kept steady at 1.7 per cent in April while the rest of Ontario and Canada saw the pace of inflation rise due in part to the implementation of new carbon-pricing systems
Inflation rate data and cannabis company earnings are set for release this week
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
Women fill 19.4% of the seats on corporate boards of directors across public, government and private organizations, but more than half of all boards were composed entirely of men
The annual rate of inflation in Ottawa held steady last month while the rest of the country saw an upward trend in Statistics Canada’s consumer price index
Telecom earnings, housing starts and new data from Canada's pot sector are all expected later this week
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
The capital’s pace of inflation has been relatively calm thus far in 2019
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