COVID – The Road To Recovery – Conference Board Of Canada


Consumer Confidence Drops: Index of Consumer Confidence

This month recorded increases in both the short-term (one-year) and long-term (three-year) inflation expectations. This worrying finding indicates that consumers are less confident that inflation will be tamed in the long run and remain concerned about the immediate future, particularly with rising … Read more

Inflation and Interest Rates Bring New Challenges: Major City Insights

While ongoing supply chain issues and other challenges sparked by the pandemic are still headaches, COVID-19 is no longer the biggest risk to the economies of most major cities across Canada. The main concern in the near term is the impact of stubbornly high inflation and rising interest rates.

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October 21, 2022
Focus Area—Canadian Economics

Salary Increases Lag Behind Inflation: Compensation Planning Outlook

Each year, the Conference Board’s Compensation Planning Outlook provides a trusted forecast for compensation and HR professionals across the country. This report gives the most up-to-date data, essential for any organization looking to secure the talent they need to succeed in an increasingly compet… Read more

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October 19, 2022
Focus Area—Human Resources

Shocks and Struts: Canadian Outlook

The main forces shaping Canada’s economic outlook have changed little over the past several months, but they have evidently become more intense. The result will be a virtual stoppage of economic growth in this country. Whether the economy steers past a recession will depend on the robustness of its … Read more

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October 18, 2022
Focus Area—Canadian Economics

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