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ICYMI: Salary Increases Remain Muted Amid Economic Uncertainty
In 2017, the overall average increase for non-unionized employees is projected to be 2.2 per cent—2.0 per cent in the public sector and 2.3 per cent in the private sector.
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Most Canadian organizations have substance misuse policies in place, but few measure their effectiveness.

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“The Conference Board of Canada had earlier expectations of up to 2 per cent for Canada in 2016, but even those modest expectations have progressively diminished. Growth of less than 1.5 per cent in is now expected,” says Senior Fellow, Glen Hodgson.


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Running on empty: Almost 30 per cent of Canadians go to work feeling tired

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This third briefing in a four-part research series—Healthy Brains at Work—presents an estimate of the potential impact on the economy if effective mental health benefits and workplace programs were enhanced in Canada.
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« Les employeurs canadiens doivent comprendre l’étendue des effets positifs associés aux médicaments spécialisés, affirme Mary-Lou MacDonald, directrice de la recherche en santé, bien-être et sécurité au travail au Conference Board. Souvent, ils font augmenter la productivité des employés et, en même temps, réduisent les besoins en matière de prestation des soins et le fardeau sur le système de santé. »
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Time for a Power Shift: Over 200,000 Canadians in Canada’s Remote Communities Still Lack Access to Affordable and Reliable Electricity

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In August 2016 the number of home sold in Vancouver dropped 18.8 per cent compared with the previous month, and 26.1 percent compared with the previous year.
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Originally Published in The Ottawa Citizen on September 8, 2016. This weekend marks 15 years since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 on the United States, resulting in the deaths of nearly 3000 people. So much has changed since that day, but what is patently clear is that terrorism ...
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Average increases for non-unionized employees is projected to be 2.2 per cent next year

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In 2017, the overall average increase for non-unionized employees is projected to be 2.2 per cent—2.0 per cent in the public sector and 2.3 per cent in the private sector.
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Alberta is phasing in $15 an hour minimum wage. While economics 101 will tell you that when cost of labour goes up, jobs will be lost -- it's not so black and white.
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Economic growth is expected to average 1.8 per cent in the three territories between 2016 and 2020, and rise to an average of 3 per cent beyond 2020, according to our latest Territorial Outlook.

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Dans notre plus récente Note de conjoncture territoriale, nous prévoyons que la croissance économique s’établira en moyenne à 1,8 % dans les trois territoires, entre 2016 et 2020, puis grimpera à 3 % en moyenne après 2020.

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