This month, labour markets and inflation were the big influences on consumer spending growth in Canada.
Growth in consumer spending was relatively flat again through December, but with interest rates high and demand for durable goods in decline, why is spending not falling? How have labour markets affected the provinces and territories? We share our findings for the week of November 20 to December 11, considering the situation in each province and territory.
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