CBJ News

End of a Transportation Era

CBJ – For many decades people across Canada used Greyhound Canada as a primary means of transportation for mid-distance and long-distance travel. That option is now gone on word the company is [...]

Retail Sales Up 4.8%

CBJ — Figures released by Statistics Canada reveal the country’s retail sales posted a 4.8% gain in February to just more than $55 billion. An increase in automobile sales and retail [...]

Crude By Rail Transport Plummets

CBJ — The delivery of crude oil by freight train fell sharply in February compared with January’s volume according to the Canada Energy Regulator. In fact, delivery was down more than [...]

Bank Rate Remains 0.25%

CBJ – With very little option to make a move the Bank of Canada has once again left it’s overnight trendsetting interest rate at 0.25%. As the Canadian economy looks to improve with the ongoing [...]

Feds Unveil $101B in New Spending

CBJ – Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland has announced the federal government is committing to $101.4 billion in new spending as a means of supporting Canadians through the ongoing COVID-19 [...]

Cost of Homes Still Skyrocketing

CBJ — The Canadian real estate market continues to confound most experts who say the continuation of skyrocketing home prices defies logic, and yet here it is, still happening. And, [...]

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