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Oct
23
Bank of Canada, Exports, and LMI

Much has been made about Stephen Poloz’s decision to abandon ‘forward guidance’ in Bank of Canada rate setting announcements for the time being. Critics bemoan the loss of direction from the Bank. But Poloz’s comments yesterday were chock full of guidance on how the Bank sees Canada’s economic situation. Having been disappointed by the failure […]

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Oct
10
Job Numbers Surprise

Oct
9
Labour market musings

Sep
25
Who’s afraid of free trade with Europe?

Sep
16
Liberal’s EI Plan Rests on Bad Math

Sep
15
Of Rising Tides and Sinking Boats

Sep
5
Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Job Numbers

Sep
4
Indigenous Workers in Canada

Aug
22
Is Canada becoming a ‘part-time’ nation – the value of LMI

Jul
24
EI Needs To Increase Access Not Lower Premiums

Jul
11
Dismal job numbers for June

Jun
19
How do we measure job vacancies – beyond Kijiji

Jun
18
Job Vacancies Falling

Jun
6
Labour market stagnant

May
21
On the job: Why unions matter

May
9
If underemployed workers counted …

Apr
22
Labour Market Data Sitting on a Shelf

Apr
17
Women’s Work

Apr
15
About those people without jobs …

Apr
8
He-cession to She-precarious recovery?

Mar
25
Where the jobs at?

Mar
24
Millennials, School, and Work

Mar
21
How to calculate un(der)employment

Feb
20
Chipping Away at Access to E.I.

Feb
11
Young Workers Needed So Much More from Budget 2014

Jan
10
2013 Left Us Wanting More … Jobs

Dec
17
Fewer Jobs Without People In 2013

Dec
6
Flaherty’s Funny Math with the EI Surplus

Nov
14
Raise Wages, Train Workers

Oct
24
No Widespread Labour Shortage, widespread information gaps.

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