Canadian immigration showing signs of rebound
April 15, 2021
Canada’s invitation to 90,000 temporary residents and international students could be a game-changer and lead to a rebound in immigration—but it’s not clear how much.
And Now the Reset: 9 ways COVID has changed consumers, and business, for the decade ahead
March 15, 2021
A look at 9 major trends shaping the decade ahead, and the possibilities that exist for savvy businesses and innovators.
Canadian Immigration Interrupted: A Look Ahead Into 2021
February 16, 2021
RBC Economics expects Canadian immigration to fall well short of its target in 2021.
Navigating 2021: 21 Charts for the Year Ahead
December 8, 2020
RBC Economics explores the forces reshaping an increasingly decentralized Canadian economy and what it will mean for consumers, businesses and policymakers in 2021.
Planet Canada: Why Global Canadians Are Our Greatest Untapped Resource
October 16, 2020
A look at Canada's place in the world and how the country's greatest untapped resource may be the three million Canadians who live abroad.
Canadian Education, Anywhere: How our universities can go global online
September 8, 2020
A concerted effort is needed to resume Canada's leadership in attracting international students.
Pandemic Threatens Decades of Women’s Labour Force Gains
July 16, 2020
Women's employment has been disproportionately affected by the pandemic due to their likelihood to work in sectors hardest hit by the recession.
5 Ways to Help Indigenous Youth Lead the Recovery
June 29, 2020
This new generation of Indigenous youth will be critical to Canada's economic recovery, and the nature of the recovery will also be critical to their prosperity.