The Globe and Mail: Consumer spending is a double-edged sword as Bank of Canada tries to control inflation
Higher interest rates are supposed to rein in consumer spending, but households aren’t cutting back the way central bankers wanted
Financial Post: BlackNorth’s Wes Hall says pace of getting more Black leaders on boards is falling way short of expectations
At this rate it will take 33 years to reach five-year targets for corporate diversity.
CBC: Everything inflation: It’s not just gas and food anymore — and wages aren’t keeping up
Everything seems to be getting more expensive. Food, gas and housing prices are on the rise while paycheques are slow to keep pace. The CBC News series Priced Out explains why you're paying more at the register and how Canadians are coping with the high cost of everything.