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Capital Economics Canada 15m
On the back of fears, markets are now discounting almost 50 bp worth of cuts from the in Canada this year, up from 25 bp when the BoC last met on 22nd January
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Brian Kingston 5m
Global affairs has released their economic impact assessment of . Analysis finds that the deal generates a GDP gain of $6.8 bn compared to no-NAFTA scenario (very real possibility if we don't ratify quickly)
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Trevor Tombe Feb 24
Today's data: income and poverty measures for 2018! Large reductions over past few years. Now 8.7%, down from 9.5% in 2017 and 12.1% in 2015. Largest reductions in BC and NB, and lowest overall rate still in AB.
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Trevor Tombe 15h
Lots of talk around Alberta's 'investment climate' the past few days. Don't forget: investment in AB is still higher than most other provs, even excluding oil and gas. At $60b, while down from prior peaks, it's still ~24% of total.
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Brett House Feb 25
What the numbers say: investment in Canada's oil & gas sector tends to follow oil prices.
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Robert Fife Feb 24
Canadian business leaders say Teck’s Frontier decision sends ‘terrible message’ to investors
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Peter Hall 🇨🇦 14m
Posted this piece on based on my trip there the first week of Feb. Lots of risk but oh so much
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Heather Scoffield 20h
Justin Trudeau was looking for a populist tide, but he didn’t see this one coming via
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CPAC 2h
Blair calls Tyendinaga situation unsafe and inappropriate, Trudeau to face MPs' questions this afternoon as blockades continue. Also: officials to update coronavirus response at committee. Watch and read more Wednesday highlights at
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Stephen Wicary Feb 23
It's official. Here's Teck's letter to Trudeau's environment minister saying they're pulling plug on Frontier oil-sands mine
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Neil Before Zod™ Feb 17
Can you imagine being Canadian and not understanding how our Federation works. Provinces and citizens do not pay equalization. All Canadians pay taxes to the Federal government. Perhaps start paying a provincial sales tax and stop blaming others.
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Business Council of Canada 2h
Excellent initiative led by Trade Minister and we were proud to take part. For more details on Canada's economic opportunity in , check out our latest report:
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Martin Pelletier Feb 24
“Regulatory and environmental issues in Canada had led to the cancellation of $100 billion worth of energy projects from 2017 to 2019.” 🤨
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