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Canadian GDP for July: Defying expectations, a stronger start to the third quarter than anticipated, but a slowdown remains in clear sight
The writing has been on the wall for Canada’s real GDP as slowdown has been underway in the third quarter with falling housing prices and three consecutive months of job losses. July’s data gave Canadians slight reprieve with a surprising real GDP edging growth of 0.1%.
2022 Q3 Canadian Survey on Business Conditions: Inflation is the top issue. Labour pains intensifying, but price pressures and supply chains issues are improving
According to the latest CSBC survey, Canadian businesses continue to see inflation as their biggest near-term obstacle. A whopping 60% of firms expect inflation to be a challenge, the highest response rate in the history of the survey.
Canadian Chamber to House of Commons Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities: We need to see long term investment in Canada’s trade infrastructure.
In his appearance before the Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, Robin Guy, Vice President & Deputy Leader, Government...