Bumpy Ride Fall 2022 Update #4: A new trend is emerging—women workers taking early retirement, especially in pandemic-affected industries.
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Bumpy Ride Fall 2022 Update #3: Fall 2022 labour force data shows that pandemic-vulnerable sectors still have not recovered from COVID-19.
Bumpy Ride Fall 2022 Update #2: Looking at the racialized employment gap among women workers in the Fall 2022 labour force data
Bumpy Ride Fall 2022 Update #1: Labour market data from Fall 2022 shows an uneven recovery for women workers.
Parliament has returned from its summer break. We’re expecting a packed—and heated— agenda.
Pandemic supports, mostly from the federal government, contributed to the largest one-year reduction in poverty in nearly 50 years.
Income inequality went down between 2015 and 2020, thanks to government supports. But COVID-19 economic shutdowns threw a wrench into the works.
The rapid rise in inflation in Canada—and around the world—is significantly cutting into household income. Inflation reached 7.7% this May, its highest level since 1983.
Bumpy Ride Spring 2022 Update: An analysis of the experiences of female workers from 2019 to 2021 reveals that Canada’s economic recovery has proven to be as unequal as the initial downturn.
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