Ross Says TPP Could Form Starting Point for U.S. on Nafta Talks The Government of Canada continues to take the “don’t worry, be happy” approach to governing the country. Canada never has bad new, only good news that maybe is not so great. The US Secretary of Commerce has his sights on Nafta, and it’s unclear what the implications will be for Canada. But the story is the same, it will all work out for the […]
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Canada Is the G-7’s Surprise Growth Leader, For Now Exports and business investment remain an important part of the normalization narrative for the central bank, despite their recent poor performance. By 2019, those two segments will contribute 1.3 percentage points to a forecast 1.8 percent growth rate that year, according to the bank’s new forecasts. Without that, there will be nothing to offset an expected slowdown in household spending, residential investment and government stimulus.
This is what’s going on in the Province of Saskatchewan, without the back breaking housing costs of Toronto and Vancouver. Half of Saskatchewan residents living paycheque to paycheque
Canada’s economy is growing at the slowest pace in 60 years and the only thing holding us up is housing Canada is in the midst of one of its weakest expansions ever, and only the housing boom keeps it from getting worse.