Conference Board of Canada

Trade Balance Narrows, and the Outlook for Trade is Uncertain

Canadian Economics    April 5, 2023

There is room for improvement when it comes to Canada’s global competitiveness. The federal budget 2023 touches on improving supply chain resiliency and reducing dependencies on China and other authoritarian regimes.

Quick take  •  3-min read
David Ristovski

Toronto skyline

An Uptick in Economic Activity in January as Sectors Rebound

Canadian Economics    March 31, 2023

It is clear now that Canada’s economy is slowing. Real gross domestic product growth decelerated at the end of 2022 and will likely slow further before improving as the full effects of higher interest rates emerge.

Quick take  •  3-min read
Viktor Cicman

Clean and Green but Not Very Lean: Our Analysis of the Federal Budget 2023   March 29, 2023

With the fiscal shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic fading into the background, the federal government is now repositioning itself to address some of the structural issues ahead.

Commentary  •  12-min read
CBoC Economics Team

Patricia Dent

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