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Businesses are learning to adapt to lockdowns, economists say.
One Canadian family received $80 for a $6,000 claim after they were forced to cancel their Mediterranean cruise at the start of the pandemic.
Government support has helped big-time, but it's scheduled to end, and the pandemic isn't over.
The longer the economic shock from COVID-19 goes on, the higher the risk households will become insolvent, the Bank of Canada warned.
TD Bank sees home prices rising 6% this year, even amid massive job losses.
The LGBTQ community and Canadians with disabilities are among the most financially vulnerable, data shows.
The country could find itself economically segregated if current trends aren't stopped, a new analysis from TD Economics warns.
But getting rid of it would mean a return to overheated house prices, a new report says.
Rapid house price growth and high debt levels mean Canada has a high chance of a correction, Oxford Economics says.
The country is seeing very broad economic growth, but Trump's trade war could scuttle that.