The big picture: Canada is still a lot of places.
In Canada, we are in the middle of the largest migration of people in the world, and the biggest population growth is in Quebec.
But there are other places that are expanding rapidly.
We are seeing some new markets emerging in Australia, the United Kingdom, the US, Mexico, the Netherlands, Sweden, Germany and Japan.
There are some other emerging markets, such as the Philippines, Singapore and India, that we need to watch closely.
So far, it looks like Canada is in a transition phase, and it is not clear if it will last.
The big question is how the economy will respond to these shifts in population.
In the United States, where population growth was a factor in the 2008 recession, the economy grew faster than expected in 2014.
In that period, the unemployment rate fell to 8.9 per cent, from 9.4 per cent in 2011.
And overall, unemployment has fallen from 8.5 per cent to 7.9.
So while there are still many jobs that are open in the United State, they are not as plentiful as they were in the past.
And that has had a lot to do with the weak U.S. economy.
This is why the unemployment is still higher than it was before the recession.
But in Canada, it is clear that the economy has not fully recovered.
In fact, the economic recovery has slowed.
In 2014, Canada’s economy was expected to grow by 3.2 per cent.
But it contracted by 1.5 percent in 2015.
And the jobless rate was 2.1 per cent last year, up from 2.0 per cent a year earlier.
The Canadian economy is still growing at a very sluggish pace.
It grew by just 1.4 percentage points in 2014 and 1.3 per cent this year.
We have seen very little growth in the last year.
In particular, we have seen the economy slow down as a result of a global financial crisis.
In 2015, the job creation was at an annual rate of just 0.6 per cent compared to the previous year.
That was lower than the rate of growth of the previous six years.
The jobs report will provide some insight into what’s going on with the economy, but it’s not the whole picture.
In addition to the labour market, the government also has a number of other economic policy measures it is trying to implement, such an immigration strategy and the expansion of health care.
And while the economy is growing, it has not yet become competitive in the global economy.
So it will be interesting to see if the government’s policy changes will have a meaningful impact on economic growth.
The unemployment rate is still at 9.9, which is well above the OECD average.
But the rate has dropped in recent months, and has fallen below 9 per cent for the first time since the global financial crash in 2008.
So the rate is actually improving and should stay above 9 per 100,000 people for the foreseeable future.
What does this mean for Canada?
As we have said, it will depend on how the global economic situation develops.
But what’s clear is that we are going through a period of transition.
And we need a clear economic message from the government, both in terms of economic policy and in terms to explain why we are changing the way we do things.
It’s important to note that the unemployment rates are not the only thing that is changing.
The economy is also changing.
People are leaving the labour force and going into other forms of work.
They are looking for better jobs, for better income.
This shift is also affecting the labour supply.
So there are a number other changes happening in the economy that are affecting employment, income and the labour markets.
There is a lot more that we do need to know.
And Canada needs to do a better job of explaining to Canadians what this change means and what its impact will be.
We do have a long way to go.
For example, the Canada Pension Plan is still in deficit, which means that it has a significant amount of unfunded liabilities.
This means that we will have to raise taxes on the wealthy, cut social programs and spend more to reduce the deficit.
These are all steps that will be taken to bring Canada’s budget deficit under control.
But this deficit will be balanced by spending more.
And there will be more money available for other public investments, including infrastructure and public safety.
And this will allow the economy to continue to grow and create jobs.
The other key change that will affect the economy over the next few years is that Canada is also going to be in a fiscal crisis.
It has already defaulted on its debt obligations.
So if Canada were to default on its debts and leave the country, it would take us back to the financial crisis of the late 1980s, and into the Great Recession of the 1990s.
This would have a devastating effect on the economy.
And it is likely to lead to higher unemployment and inflation.