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    Landed immigrants from Africa and Asia see highest employment rates in Canada
    A multiracial group of workers at an office space. Asian and African landed immigrants showed strong performances in the labour market, however segmenting this data by age reveals interesting insights.
    Immigrant employment rate in Canada rose in 2023
    Human resource manager shaking hands with male candidate during job interview in the office
    The 20 most livable cities in Canada for newcomers
    Victoria, British Columbia
    How will Canada’s provincial economies perform over the next year?
    A row of provincial flags blowing majestically in the wind, with the national flag at the forefront
    Low unemployment and high participation rate indicate persistent job vacancies in Canada
    Two people sitting at a desk in an office building.
    Labour Force Survey: Employment in Canada held steady in February 2023
    A recap of Canadian employment trends by province and by industry.
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    December 2022 Labour Force Survey: Employment across Canada rises by over 100,000 to wrap up the year
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    Canadian employment up by 10,000 jobs in November 2022: Labour Force Survey
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    Statistics Canada data shows that immigrants have a high rate of employment
    Recent Labour Force Survey shows unemployment rate is the same as September
    Employment rises as Canada’s labour force shrinks slightly
    A photo of a desk and people gathered around it. In September Canada made more positive strides towards returning to pre-pandemic business activity
    IRCC’s #ImmigrationMatters campaign highlights the benefits of immigration
    IRCC is running its yearly campaign to highlight the positive impact of immigration
    Canada continues to have very low unemployment rate
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    Canada’s employment growth slows in January due to Omicron
    Sign on cafe window that reads, "temporarily CLOSED Covid-19".
    Canada added 55,000 jobs in December
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    Canada’s employment remained steady in October
    Hiring during COVID
    Canada employment regains pre-pandemic levels in September
    Canada recovers 90,000 jobs in August
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    Canada’s economy recovers 94,000 jobs in July
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    Canada’s employment sees some recovery in June
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    Canada lost more jobs amid third-wave restrictions
    Person wearing surgical mask puts up "Closed due to COVID-19" sign on business door.
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