Talk about a cash crop.
The country added a stunning 80,000 jobs at a time when the economy was supposed to be slowing.
Rising interest rates and fading government stimulus could drag down the economy.
The currency spiked to its highest level in two years Wednesday morning.
Blame the rise of the machines for stagnant wages, Conference Board economist says.
A Canadian today produces and consumes 15.2 times as much as a Canadian in 1867.
The Bank of Canada may want to think twice before starting to raise interest rates.
It's official: Canada fell into recession in the first half of the year. Statistics Canada reported Tuesday that Canadian
These factors have brought hard times to some industries and uncertainty about the impacts to the Canadian economy as the whole. While uncertainty is never comfortable, it can present some opportunities and challenges depending on your situation or sector. Here are three to watch for the rest of the year.