In the media | 03 Jan 2024

BNN Bloomberg: Debt levels mean Canada’s recovery could lag other advanced economies

Tony Stillo

Director of Canada Economics

While the Canadian economy is expected to rebound this year, it may fare worse than other advanced economies. Tony Stillo, Director of Canada Economics examines the role household debt will play.

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