Canadian business profits helped by stronger labour market and low interest rates
CFIB report says manufacturers optimistic about 2011 but still face issues TORONTO Improvements in optimism in small and mid-sized business will carry into 2011, says the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB).
Real gross domestic product rose 0.4 per cent in November after growing by 0.2 per cent in October, according to Statistics Canada’s most recent data.
New report says Canada’s GNI rising quicker than U.S.
StatsCan report shows decline led by motor vehicles sector
U.S and Europe saw the worst of the downturn
Report says smaller Ontario markets prime example of manufacturing recovery
Troubled automaker Chrysler wants to pay back loans from the Canadian and U.S. governments that helped it survive during the recession, said the company’s CEO in Brampton.
Two reports from RBC Economics and the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses (CFIB) indicate an optimistic 2011 for small business owners.
The three-year, $200-million strategy announced by Premier Darrell Dexter modifies dozens of existing programs and includes 20 new initiatives.