Some thoughts on B.C.'s job market for Labour Day

Some thoughts on B.C.'s job market for Labour Day

Labour Day 2022 is an excellent time to step back and assess developments in the job market.

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OPINION: B.C. employment revival is rooted in the province’s public sector

OPINION: B.C. employment revival is rooted in the province’s public sector

Labour market data confirms that the public sector accounts for an unusually large share of job growth in the province.

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OPINION: Economic growth coming close to a dead stop by end of 2022

OPINION: Economic growth coming close to a dead stop by end of 2022

In the long term, Canadians can’t expect to demand and consume goods and services at a pace that exceeds the economy’s ability to produce them.

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OPINION: Canada needs national strategy encouraging Indigenous access to capital

OPINION: Canada needs national strategy encouraging Indigenous access to capital

Without Indigenous access to capital, Canada is forgoing opportunities to meet our net-zero commitments, which require new clean energy projects, most of which would be built on Indigenous lands.

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Putting the inflation genie back in the bottle

Putting the inflation genie back in the bottle

Out latest B.C. Economic Review and Outlook

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A brief primer on B.C.'s export base

A brief primer on B.C.'s export base

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Insights & Opinions

OPINION: Tech-driven job displacement slow to gain labour market traction

OPINION: Tech-driven job displacement slow to gain labour market traction

OPINION: Tech-driven job displacement slow to gain labour…

The final week of summer is a good time to step back and assess developments in the job market and how it has evolved during the COVID-19 pandemic relative to expectations that prevailed before 2020.

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The calm before the storm – Canadian household debt servicing ratios are set to rise

The calm before the storm – Canadian household debt servicing ratios are set to rise

The calm before the storm – Canadian household debt…

Canadian households are among the most indebted in the world. They should brace themselves for a new era of rising interest rates.

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Unprecedented times: Pandemic takeaways for the workplace from Dentons

Unprecedented times: Pandemic takeaways for the workplace from Dentons

Unprecedented times: Pandemic takeaways for the workplace…

Over the past two years, businesses have navigated challenging employment issues, from vaccine mandates to mass temporary layoffs. Dentons offers insights into how the workplace has changed and what employers need to be considering.

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The LNG Opportunity – To Be or Not to Be

The LNG Opportunity – To Be or Not to Be

The LNG Opportunity – To Be or Not to Be

A quick look at the North American LNG landscape shows that despite our geological gifts, Canada trails far behind the United States, which started exporting LNG back in 2016.

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OPINION: Tech-driven job displacement…

The calm before the storm – Canadian…

Unprecedented times: Pandemic takeaways…

The LNG Opportunity – To Be or Not to Be