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Canada has experienced one of the longest expansions in its economic history but after few real gains for wage income, growth is now slowing.  The March 2008 issue of the Economic Climate for Bargaining looks ahead to where financial capital may be looking for the next boom.  The report also includes:

  • an economic forecast for Canada and the provinces
  • analysis of the gender wage gap
  • illustrations on how real wage growth has fared by province since 1991, and
  • recent developmetns for employment, inflation and wage gains in collective agreements.