Canada's top soldier and outside experts say that cutting almost $1 billion from the Department of National Defence budget will affect the Armed Forces' capabilities.
Feds post $1.2 billion deficit between April and July: Finance Department
The federal government posted a budgetary deficit of $1.2 billion during the first four months of its fiscal year, compared with a surplus of $6.3 billion during the same period a year earlier.
Unifor sets Oct. 9 deadline for contract talks with General Motors
Unifor has set Oct. 9 at 11:59 p.m. as the deadline for contract talks with General Motors as union leadership look to secure terms that will be accepted by both the company and union members.
There are risks to taking on and sharing your spouse’s debt, according to one personal finance expert who suggests there are other, less risky ways for married couples to support each other financially.
This is the Canadian city where rental affordability has worsened the most
While rent prices have skyrocketed in cities across Canada, Moncton, N.B, is actually where affordability has dropped the most.
More landlords converting units into short-term rentals
Some Ontario landlords are looking to change their long-term rental units into short-term leases where they stand to make more profit and face fewer challenges with the province’s backlogged tribunal, according to two landlords with groups representing rental operators.
The Canadian economy rebounded slightly last month but still saw little growth, backing a case for the central bank to keep rates on hold despite inflation remaining elevated.
Statistics Canada says job vacancies continued to fall in July
Statistics Canada says the number of job vacancies in July fell 5.8 per cent to their lowest level since May 2021.
The Daily Chase: Looming U.S. shutdown; Peloton rallies on Lululemon news
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Canada's near-term economic struggles will ease next year when growth returns and the Bank of Canada begins cutting its key lending rate, a new forecast from Deloitte Canada said.