Canada’s economy grew in the third quarter of 2021 as COVID-19 restrictions relaxed. However, threats to the economic outlook including a larger-than-expected decline in GDP and extreme flooding in B.C. leave some doubts for Q4. Read the full Vancouver Sun article, including quotes from noted economists including Charles St-Arnaud, Chief Economist at Alberta Central, here:

Canada’s recovery gains momentum but new threats cloud outlook

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