Financial Post: Businesses expect slower sales in short term as cost, labour issues persist: survey
Businesses expect subdued sales in the short term as they face continued cost and labour pressures, despite slowing inflation, according to a survey by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.
The Sudbury Star: Expect some pain in 2023, economist tells Sudbury chamber
With record high inflation and rising inflation rates, economist Stephen Tapp isn’t anticipating a painless solution to 2023’s likely recession.
The Globe and Mail: Empty Canadian offices fill 89 Rogers Centres – and it’s a chance to reimagine downtown
Almost 50 million square feet of vacant office space is available in Canadian downtowns, with nearly 40 per cent of that becoming vacant since the COVID-19 pandemic hit. That’s the equivalent of 89 baseball stadiums the size of Rogers Centre in Toronto.