Budget 2021 Preview
April 13, 2021
RBC Economics shares what to expect in the 2021 federal budget. Recovery spending likely to be focused on child care, training and digital and green infrastructure.
Home prices spiked further across Canada in March despite more sellers
April 12, 2021
Concerns about overheated markets didn't faze homebuyers in March. Record number bidding contests continued in major markets across the country.
Forward Guidance: Our Weekly Preview
April 9, 2021
RBC Economics shares major economic trends to look for in the week ahead.
Manitoba budget adopts a gradual and balanced approach
April 8, 2021
The Manitoba government's 2021 budget projects a deficit of $1.6 billion in FY 2021-22, or 23% smaller than in FY 2020-21.
Saskatchewan budget sets the stage for recovery
April 7, 2021
The Saskatchewan budget's three pillars this year, “protect, build, grow," will aim to drive the province's recovery.
Trading Places: Canada’s place in a changing global economy
March 30, 2021
A new continental trade strategy could help reestablish Canada's export sector as a key driver of economic growth according to RBC Economics.
Canada’s housing market heat strains affordability
March 29, 2021
The housing fever that struck Canada last summer took a widespread, although uneven, toll on affordability across the country in the fourth quarter.
Capital investment steers Nova Scotia along the path to balance
March 26, 2021
One year after the pandemic ravaged the global economy, Nova Scotia has weathered the fiscal and economic storm comparatively well.