Canadian Economy

Canada has seen a sharp rise in economic growth largely due to primary resource exports, but not completely. The economy is becoming more diversified and as it does it creates more job opportunities.


Canadian Economy Facts

Fast facts on Canada's Economy:

paragraph arrow Canada is one of the richest nations on Earth and a member of the G8

paragraph arrow Canada is a net exporter of energy, with most of it going to the United States.

paragraph arrow Electrical energy is cheap, thus Canada is the world's highest per capita consumer of energy.

paragraph arrow Canada is a major exporter of agricultural products.

paragraph arrow Canada Employment Insurance Benefits - To ensure eligibility to full entitlement benefit claims, employment insurance claims must be made within four weeks of the last day of employment. Employment insurance application is done on-line at

With the lowest unemployment since 1974, the Canadian economy continues to roll along. Inflation remains low around two per cent, and Canadians enjoy one of the highest living standards in the OECD. Canadian cities like Vancouver are consistently ranked as one of the most desirable on earth to live and work. Privacy Policy