Research Briefing | Jul 5, 2021

Canada | Acceleration in vaccines will boost economy in the remainder of 2021

With a second surge of COVID in April, Canada sustained a longer lockdown than the US. GDP climbed 1.4% in the first quarter while employment increased 0.2%. Vaccinations accelerated in the quarter, pushing the rate to just under 20% of the population fully vaccinated. Rates are expected to be on par with the US by September, which should boost GDP to its 2019 peak in Q3 2021.

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