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Alberta leads the way in March's job growth

Alberta leads the way in March's job growth

StatsCan reported almost 41,000 new jobs were added during the month of March across Canada, dropping the country's unemployment rate from 7.3% to 7.1%. Most surprisingly, Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia were the big winners this month.

Alberta's unemployment rate fell from 7.9% to 7.1% as it created almost 19,000 jobs in March. However, the total number of hours worked in the province continues to fall. Saskatchewan's unemployment rate also fell from 6.5% to 6.2%.

Health care remains the fastest growing sector of the economy. Professional and technical services were also very strong in March. Manufacturing in Quebec, Ontario and BC remains stubbornly surprisingly weak.

Transcanada's Keystone restarts after one week outage

Transcanada's Keystone restarts after one week outage

CAPP forecasting a $50 billion decline in capital expenditures since 2014

CAPP forecasting a $50 billion decline in capital expenditures since 2014

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