In the media | 15 Jul 2022

Calgary radio: Canada’s jobs market is setting a record. So why are people talking about a recession

Tony Stillo, Director of Economics for Canada at Oxford Economics joins Shaye Ganam, radio host for 630 CHED and 770 CHQR to discuss job market growth in Canada despite concerns about a recession.

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