Proof Point: Why has U.S. consumer spending been so much more resilient than Canada's?
November 29, 2023
The U.S. economy has significantly outperformed Canada this year, largely fueled by soaring consumer spending that has yet to slow.
The 10-Minute Take
November 23, 2023
EP:19 How has soaring immigration impacted economic growth in Canada? Economists Carrie Freestone and Claire Fan unpack the latest federal immigration targets, and discuss how rising immigration has impacted the Canadian economy.
RBC Consumer Spending Tracker
November 16, 2023
RBC Economics provides a snapshot and an analysis of Canadian consumer spending.
Proof Point: Closing Canada’s infrastructure gap could boost Indigenous output by up to 17%
November 15, 2023
It is well-known that Canada is one of the most educated countries in the world, with the second highest share of adults aged 25 to 34 with tertiary education
Proof Point: Fiscal tailwinds coming to an end for Canada’s provinces
November 1, 2023
Though pandemic support programs have ended, governments have yet to pare back their spending.
Proof Point: For Canada, slower growth in China is a manageable risk
October 18, 2023
China’s cooling economy is on a growing list of concerns when it comes to the outlook for Canada.
Proof Point: Is more turbulence on the way for Canadian labour relations?
September 20, 2023
Inflation is elevating the cost of living—and sending labour relations regarding wages into more contentious territory
Proof Point: International students have a fast track to Canadian employment
September 7, 2023
For newcomers, a Canadian education is a key stepping stone to labour market success. For Canada, the international student stream is a more efficient source of immigration—and a key to unlocking labour productivity.