The decline reflected weak demand and decreasing energy prices
The goods deficit narrowed in December while trade stayed in surplus for the full year
The value of exports hit an all-time high in May
Canada’s trade deficit totalled $1.9 billion in January, a narrowing from December’s $3.1 billion deficit, StatsCan reported Wednesday. That narrowing “was where the good news ended,” says CIBC senior economist Andrew Grantham in an economics report, as the deficit was “driven exclusively by a plunge in imports.” Imports decreased 4.3%, mainly due to lower volume […]
A changing of the guard in Canadian growth is well under way.
U.S. import prices barely declined in September.
Maclean's has summarized how the Trans-Pacific Partnership will benefit Canada’s economy.
Statistics Canada says retail sales rose 0.5% in July, to $43.3 billion.
Scotiabank's commodity price Index climbed 4.7% month-over-month in May.
The tampon tax may be gone, but the tampon tariff lives on, and its existence illustrates the red tape all importers face.