Canadian dollar loses ground on interest rate concerns
Dollar has tumbled 1 1/2 cents US since Central Bank indicates it will be slower to raise interest rates.
Dutch Disease not a major factor in Canada’s manufacturing woes
Troubles stem more from structural economic changes: report.
Canadian economy to pick up speed in 2013: RBC
Resources rule, Alberta and Saskatchewan to lead.
Canada’s economy expands as global risks wane: RBC
Business spending to be key driver of future growth.
Chinese trade plunges in June
Caused by weaker demand in major exports markets, export growth falls to 11.3%.
Manufacturing is on an upswing
Manufacturing was on an upswing in December as Canadian small businesses gained confidence and manufacturers saw production and new orders rise.
Ten reasons why the west has won
Canada’s economic centre has been drifting west and economist Todd Hirsch offers 10 reasons why the west is winning.