In several recent news articles, Chief Economist Charles St-Arnaud has been featured speaking about the rise in insolvency rates for April and what it could mean for the economy.

In articles from the National Post and Ottawa Citizen, he noted:

The rise of insolvencies across many provinces was double the normal rate, however, it’s too soon to tell what that spike means.”

He also spoke to the Calgary Herald about recent UCP attack ads that target a proposed NDP corporate tax hike, stating that the hike has been overblown.

Charles St-arnaud, chief economist for Alberta Central, said the reality is that the proposed tax increase amounts to three cents on the dollar for many companies earning millions and sometimes billions.”

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