The employee banking experience has unique challenges that credit unions can address and enhance to help attract and retain talent.
What to expect in 2022: an economic outlook
To help navigate the upcoming year, Alberta Central’s chief economist Charles St-Arnaud has prepared an economic outlook that outlines challenges and opportunities related to the global, Canadian and Albertan economies.
How aggressive against inflation will the Bank of Canada be?
Using previous hiking cycles by the Bank of Canada, we have updated our view of the path for monetary policy in 2022.
Supply-induced inflation: mind the differences
The COVID-19 recession was not a normal recession and needs to be viewed as such. A decline in global supply is mainly to blame for higher inflation.
Rising interest rates to make many Canadian cities unaffordable
In this report, we look at various house price indicators to better assess the valuation of the housing market.
What Does Economic Diversification Mean for Alberta?
Alberta Central’s Chief Economist Charles St-Arnaud provides an in-depth report on the decades-old discussion of labour, production and income diversification in Alberta.
The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Women in the Workforce
Policy commentary on how this pandemic has significantly impacted women and how adopting a gender lens with respect to existing and future supports may enable credit unions to be pioneers in their roles as financial experts in their respective communities as well as industry-wide.