Canada Economic Podcast – November 2021

Canada Economic Podcast Blog ImageTony Stillo, Director of Economics for Canada, and fellow Economist, Michael Davenport discuss the state of Canada’s labour market recovery. In their conversation they emphasize that while Canada has now surpassed its pre-virus level of employment, a closer look at the labour market and broader measures suggest some slack remains and there’s still room before the recovery is complete. Additionally, they discuss growing reports of labour shortages in some sectors.

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