In anticipation of the federal budget announcement, The Real Economy, Canada examines how the economy has responded to aggressive federal spending and monetary policy.
The Bank of Canada is maintaining its overnight target rate of 25% and will retain its current policy of accommodation till its necessary.
We expect crude-by-rail exports for 2021 to continue rebounding as crude production increases and export pipeline capacity remains limited.
The pandemic has significantly hurt the finances of cities and towns in Canada with costs rising and revenues plummeting.
While the U.S. economy is expected to exceed its pre-pandemic projection by 0.2% this year, Canada is expected to undershoot by 3.2%.
Volume 9 talks about closing Canada’s output gap and emerging from the economic doldrums with a little help from the American economy.
To help with insolvency, banks or the receivers should look to digital forensics to gather evidence, build their case and maximize recovery.
What are the top trends for food and beverage businesses? From consumer preferences to M&A and rising costs, there’s much to chew on.
From booming venture capital to the increasing popularity of SPACs, we don’t expect tech investment to cool off anytime soon.
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The Supreme Court of Canada has issued its decision, upholding the Federal Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act as constitutional.
The Budget implements several tax measures to stimulate the economy and to support businesses and individuals hardest hit by COVID-19.