B.C. Employment Insurance Trends B.C. unemployment trends showed some cracks in December as employment insurance (EI) counts rose following a November dip while the number of claims received posted the strongest single-month increase since August 2018.
B.C. Economic Briefing • Average weekly earnings unchanged in December • Small business confidence remains subdued in February • Capital investment expectations for 2020 up 7 per cent
Ontario Employment Insurance Trends December Employment Insurance (EI) beneficiaries declined by 0.1 per cent or 80 net beneficiaries. This was due to an increase of 630 net new beneficiaries in census metropolitan areas which partially offset the decline of 710 beneficiaries in census agglomerations and rural areas combined.
Ontario Economic Briefing • Lower average weekly earnings growth in services put a lid on overall average weekly wage growth in December • Transportation equipment manufacturing falls robustly to close out 2019 • February's small-business confidence index reached highest level in a year
Central 1 Events
Member Forum & AGM 2020 Central 1 members are invited to join us for two days of interactive sessions on current and emerging issues for credit unions in Canada. April 27 & 28 The Westin Ottawa Ottawa, ON
Momentum 2020 Momentum is an opportunity to discuss the tremendous disruption facing the financial services industry and collaborate on collective strategies. September 20 – 22 Parq Vancouver Vancouver, BC
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