Cumulative deficit is likely to be $16.5 billion higher than forecasted in the last budget over a five-year span.
Forecast falls 1.5% short of Bank of Canada prediction; bank expects pick-up in second half of year.
Opposition parties say the Tories are putting political interests ahead of Canada’s economic well-being.
Manufacturing shows gains in confidence, more hiring planned.
Canada must develop regulatory framework or it risks losing investments in the $3.25B global crowdfunding market, TD report says.
Despite high sales, assembly plants in Canada aren’t growing the way they should be.
Business Barometer shows manufacturing slips a little but still confident.
Bank expects Canada’s economy to grow at a pace of 2.3% in the July-September period.
Canada’s banks say Mark Carney has some explaining to do.
What’s in it for Canada?
Reports call pipeline expansion a “national priority”.
New technologies have unlocked enormous natural gas supplies from rock formations across the US, keeping prices low.
More than half a million jobs have come back to the US, but they’re not the same as they were.
Still adding full-time jobs monthly despite economic concerns.
Commodity prices will represent a ceiling for gains: TD Economics.