Only in Ontario are people more confident in the economy now than before the vote.
A booming job market, a recovery on the Prairies and optimism about housing are fuelling major positivity.
"The frenzy is over .... Sanity is returning to the marketplace."
Confidence in job security is actually above the long-run average.
We expect developing markets to re-emerge. They've gone quiet in the past couple of years, weary of waiting for the world's large economies to get going again. Their recent record has persuaded pundits to throw them into the 'new normal' soup.
Exporters are less upbeat about domestic economic conditions. The balance of opinion for this indicator was the only one to fall, edging back marginally to 13 per cent. Paradoxically, they are more positive about domestic sales, where the balance of opinion rose 9 percentage points to 43 percent of those surveyed.