Proof Point: Immigration will fuel Atlantic Canada's population upswing
May 20, 2022
The boom in interprovincial migration to Atlantic Canada could slow as pandemic restrictions are lifted. A surge in international migration...
The Canadian Dream Postponed: Near-term Recovery in Immigration Levels is Unlikely
August 20, 2020
The reduced flow of immigration to Canada threatens to derail what's been a major source of economic growth for Canada in recent years.
Online Education's Big Bang Moment
June 1, 2020
John Baker, founder of D2L, joined RBC Disruptors to talk about how Canada can take advantage of this opportunity to lead the charge.
COVID-19 Derails Canadian Immigration
May 29, 2020
The disruption will reverberate across the economy, given Canada's reliance on immigration for labour-force growth and to offset the aging demographic.
Student Aid: A Relief Program That Can Drive Innovation, Too
April 23, 2020
The recently announced relief measures for students and recent graduates will unlikely address the longer-term challenges ahead.
Employment Plunged in March – with Much Worse to Come
April 9, 2020
The 1 million drop in jobs in March pales in comparison to what's to come in April as market data will look much worse, says RBC Economics.
Bold and Broad: Federal Government Announces Details for Wage Subsidy
April 1, 2020
Government pledges $71 billion to support workers in hard-hit industries; placing the federal 2020/2021 FY deficit at $170 billion.
US Jobless Claims off the Charts
March 26, 2020
US jobless claims at 3.28 million last week; an increase of 3 million from the previous week.