BMO survey reports 64% use phones or tablets to run their businesses.
Only 27% cite a benefit from a weaker dollar, 18% are worse off.
According to BMO poll, Canadians expect to need personal savings and part time jobs to compliment CPP income.
Third consecutive year of growth at 1.74 million units, up 10% since 2011.
Survey shows plants among mostly likely to hire students, recent grads.
BMO report predicts 13,000 news jobs by the end of 2016.
Performance of the US economy drops to 6th on list of biggest challenges for Canadian business, from #1 last year.
Unemployment rate expected to drop to pre-recession levels.
A BMO survey shows the US is still the most popular market by a wide margin for Canadian companies looking to expand internationally, with the EU ranked second.
Canada’s factories were humming in August, and US consumers were buying last month, strong indicators the North American recovery is alive and kicking.