Many Canadians remain undeterred from buying a home despite the soaring costs of entering the market, a survey from NerdWallet showed.
The Daily Chase: BCE and Rogers report Q4 earnings; Canada Goose shares drop
Can almost call it Telecom Thursday around these parts, with the nation's two largest service providers both reporting results.
U.S. Fed slows rate hikes even as Powell says there's more work to do
U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said policymakers expect to deliver a “couple” more interest-rate increases before putting their aggressive tightening campaign on hold, even as they slowed their drive to curb inflation.
Higher grocery prices are expected to hit stores across Canada as a blackout on price increases over the holiday season comes to an end.
Immigration increase alone won't fix the labour market, experts say
Experts say Canada’s plan to increase immigration may ease some pressures in the labour market, but bigger changes are needed to ensure new permanent residents are matched with the jobs that most need filling.
The Daily Chase: Awaiting U.S. Fed rate decision; TC Energy’s Coastal Gaslink price rises
It’s decision day for U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jay Powell, as the world’s most-influential central bank is poised to deliver its latest rate decision.
A report from an investor-focused advocacy group raises questions about how well some of Canada's biggest investors are meeting their climate commitments.
Looking to travel this spring? Here are some cost-saving tips
With the spring break travel season approaching, those looking to flee the cold, wet Canadian snow for sunnier skies will likely be met with a hefty price tag for their getaway, with inflation and increased demand pushing costs up.
The Daily Chase: Canadian GDP slows in November; IMF raises global growth forecast
We’ve got yet another sign of a downshift in domestic economic growth into the end of last year. Year-over-year GDP growth slowed to 2.8 per cent in November – the smallest gain since the outright decline in output back in February 2021.
Canada’s economy geared down at the end of 2022, growing at about half the pace of the third quarter and setting the stage for a period of little to no growth.