Alberta has been at the forefront of a strategy to recruit U.S. workers, particularly for resource projects
Newfoundland and Labrador capital expected to post GDP gains of five per cent in 2013
The report says loosening trade barriers would be of net benefit to the Canadian economy but would damage the highly protected dairy industry
Firms often yield higher returns than they would operating with Canada’s traditional trade partners
Firms are reporting being in sound financial position to invest and almost half said they anticipated bigger profits in six months.
Conference Board of Canada blames slow global growth of 2.5 per cent this year on eurozone
Funded by Infrastructure Ontario, the study claims infrastructure spending increased real income per resident in Ontario by $902-per-person in 2012