Number of beneficiaries in May was down 7.4% compared with a year earlier.
Auditor General report suggests the federal government is acting to slowly to protect infrastructure from cyber attacks.
Poloz has studiously avoided giving even a hint of his stance on interest rates since taking over for Mark Carney.
The deal’s state of play is now closer to Canada’s liking, the trade minister says.
The council says rates need to hold through early 2014 before raising to 1.25% by July 2014.
But, the world economy is still in first gear.
There’s “no good news here for anybody,” TransCanada boss Russ Girling says.
Nuclear generation investments in the Long Term Energy Plan lead to $60B in economic benefits, 100,000 more jobs.
KPMG report suggest Canadian manufacturers are focused on controlling costs and maintaining competitiveness.
Critics suggest Canada is still giving up too much in its potential EU free-trade deal.
StatsCan says the economy shed a statistically insignificant 400 jobs in June.
Sales will continue to be driven by pickup trucks and crossover vehicles.
The Bank of Canada has built in a resurgence in exports as a lynchpin for growth going forward.
Monthly purchasing managers’ index declined to 48.2 from May’s 49.2 on a 50-point scale.
Measures will ensure taxpayers are not left on the hook for any oil-related cleanup costs.