London, Ont. jobless rate rose to 5.7% in June, Statistics Canada says – London

in Jul 08, 2022

The unemployment rate in London, Ont., rose again for the second straight month in June. According to Statistics Canada, London lost 1,600 jobs last month, resulting in the unemployment rate rising to 5.7 per cent in June from 5.2 per cent in May. Read more: Canada’s economy grew 0.3% in April, but signs of May[…]

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Kelowna’s unemployment rate continued to fall in May – Okanagan

in Jun 14, 2022

Kelowna’s unemployment rate continued to fall in May, as roughly 3,000 more people started work, according to the latest Labour Force Survey. The unemployment rate dropped to 4.5 per cent in May compared with 5.3 per cent in April, Statistics Canada’s report indicated. In March the number sat at 6.7 per cent, while in February[…]

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Women lead job growth as unemployment rate dips to 5.1% – National

in Jun 10, 2022

The unemployment rate across Canada dropped to a new low of 5.1 per cent in May amid a jump in jobs for women, according to the latest Labour Force Survey results. Statistics Canada said Friday morning that the country added 40,000 jobs last month. The agency said that women across all age groups made up[…]

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London-St. Thomas jobless rate fell to 4.8% in April, lowest since April 2019 – London

in May 06, 2022

The unemployment rate slot online paling gacor in London, Ont., and St. Thomas fell to 4.8 per cent in April, down from 5.3 per cent in March, marking the region’s lowest jobless rate since April 2019. The latest jobs numbers from Statistics Canada continue a downward trend for London-St. Thomas, after the region started 2022[…]

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Manitoba to boast Canada’s lowest minimum wage when rate increases in Saskatchewan – Winnipeg

in May 04, 2022

Manitoba is set to have the lowest minimum wage in Canada this fall. Saskatchewan has announced it will raise its minimum to $13 an hour in October, and to $15 an hour two years later. Manitoba raises its wage according to inflation, and has said it will increase in October to $12.35 an hour from[…]

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Central Okanagan unemployment rate sixth lowest in Canada – Okanagan

in Dec 03, 2021

Statistics Canada has released its monthly job numbers and found that Kelowna had an unemployment rate of 4.4 per cent. Local business owners are not surprised at the unemployment rate in the Central Okanagan. Read more: Restaurants still struggling as unemployment nears pre-COVID-19 levels: industry body Amarjit Singh Lalli owns multiple small businesses in[…]

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London-St. Thomas jobless rate continues upward trend, reaches 10% in June – London

in Jul 09, 2021

The unemployment rate in London-St. Thomas climbed 0.3 percentage points to 10 per cent in June as the number of people looking for work once again outpaced the number of jobs created. It’s the highest the unemployment rate has been since July 2020, when it stood at 10.5 per cent. However, it’s still below[…]

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Sask. unemployment rate drops again in May, inches towards pre-pandemic level

in Jun 05, 2021

Saskatchewan’s unemployment rate dropped to 6.3 per cent in May, the lowest in the country, according to Statistics Canada’s latest Labour Force Survey. “It really is a testament to the degrees of compliance we’ve seen not only from individuals but also from the business community,” said Career Training Minister Jeremy Harrison on Friday. “Businesses[…]

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London-St. Thomas May jobless rate up 1.5 percentage points to 9.7% – London

in Jun 04, 2021

The unemployment rate for London-St. Thomas shot up to 9.7 per cent in May, up from 8.2 per cent in April. Data released Friday from Statistics Canada showed a third slot gacor gampang menang consecutive increase and the second in a row with a significant climb. Read more: London-St. Thomas unemployment rate soars to 8.2% in[…]

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London-St. Thomas unemployment rate soars to 8.2% in April – London

in May 07, 2021

The London-St. Thomas unemployment rate increased more than a full percentage point to 8.2 per cent in April, up from 7 per cent in March. It marks the second straight month the jobless rate has increased in the region, though it’s still well below the pandemic high of 12.6 per cent last June. Read[…]

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