Weekly paycheques in B.C. get fatter in June(Business in Vancouver, written by Bryan Yu, Central 1's deputy chief economist) Employees across most B.C. industries enjoyed higher paycheques in June, according to the latest Survey of Employment, Payrolls and Hours.
B.C. Economic Briefing Highlights: • B.C. employment climbs by 9,900 persons in August • Sluggish housing market leads to lower prices in Lower Mainland • Goods exports pull back in July • Residential building permits dip - a sign of things to come?
Ontario Economic Briefings Highlights: • Unemployment rate edged up in August to 5.7 per cent • Tariffs affected metal exports in July • Fewer permits issued in July for commercial and institutional projects weighed on the total
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