Manufacturing is leading Canada’s economy out of recession, though domestic and global challenges remain, new report shows
Latest report shows that Canada’s housing market accounted for two-thirds of economic growth in first quarter, with demand likely to continue
Stronger economic and political ties with the U.S. point to Canada’s fastest rate of economic growth in decades
In anticipation of the federal budget announcement, The Real Economy, Canada examines how the economy has responded to aggressive federal spending and monetary policy.
Rail deal is a sign of increasing North American economic integration
By creating the first railroad network among Canada, Mexico and the U.S., the deal promises to connect manufacturing and agricultural nodes.
How digital forensics preserves data and assists receivers and lenders
To help with insolvency, banks or the receivers should look to digital forensics to gather evidence, build their case and maximize recovery.
Closing the output gap with a little help from our friends
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%.
How the pandemic has hurt the finances of municipalities
The pandemic has significantly hurt the finances of cities and towns in Canada with costs rising and revenues plummeting.
Transporting oil by railcar to increase through 2021
We expect crude-by-rail exports for 2021 to continue rebounding as crude production increases and export pipeline capacity remains limited.
Bank of Canada to remain accommodative
The Bank of Canada is maintaining its overnight target rate of 25% and will retain its current policy of accommodation till its necessary.
As the U.S. economy goes, so goes Canada’s
Perhaps no measure will have a greater impact on the Canadian economy than the Biden administration’s $1.9 trillion stimulus package.
The Real Economy, Canada: Volume 7
Volume 7 presents the state of Canada’s economy on its path to recovery and how the U.S. presidential election is affecting that recovery.
The Real Economy, Canada: Volume 6
The pandemic’s disproportionate effect on the Canadian economy and what to expect amidst worldwide decreases in demand and investment.
Canada’s economic outlook more optimistic than before
The Real Economy, Canada shines a light on the economic impact of the pandemic so far, the near-future outlook, and recovery measures.
A guide to the Government of Canada’s programs and funding to help individuals and businesses in response to COVID-19.
The Real Economy, Canada: Volume 5
Volume 5 presents the impact COVID-19 has had on the Canadian economy and why economic recovery may take longer in Canada.
Canada’s economic recovery to take longer than the U.S. post COVID-19
As COVID-19 continues to disrupt the global economy, this report shines a light on how deeply it impacts Canada and its business community.
Update to COVID-19 economic response plan summary
The federal government has announced several updates to its measures in response to the economic fallout from COVID-19. Here’s what to know.
Coronavirus impact on the Canadian economy
A substantial economic stimulus package is needed to address the short-term liquidity crunch and longer-term challenges caused by COVID-19.
How to handle supply chain bottlenecks in the face of coronavirus
This article shares insights for businesses to help overcome delays and stoppages caused by COVID-19 in their supply chain operations.
5 things organizations can do to brace against coronavirus fallout
Businesses around the world are dealing with the spread of the coronavirus. Is your business prepared? Here are 5 things you can do.