The job market in Canada is generally in a better place heading into this year’s election than it was in 2015.
Momentum pauses after a solid third-quarter.
Further progress in Ontario alone could keep job growth chugging.
Canada posted another solid overall increase in employment in September.
Duration of unemployment has plummeted in B.C. and Quebec, but remains elevated in oil-producing provinces.
The Canadian job numbers perked up in August following a few tepid months.