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Achieving Sustainable Prosperity: Benchmarking the Competitiveness of Newfoundland and Labrador

This report discusses Newfoundland and Labrador’s competitive strengths and weaknesses against its peers to identify areas where the province can improve its competitive business environment. This is to build a path to sustainable prosperity, in light of the province’s aging population and current dependence on finite resources in the oil and mining industries.

Report | 128 pages | April 2015 | Jacqueline Palladini | The Conference Board of Canada

Pour pérenniser la prospérité économique : Une évaluation comparative de la compétitivité de Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador

Ce document évalue les forces et les faiblesses concurrentielles de Terre Neuve et Labrador par rapport à ses pairs afin de cerner les domaines dans lesquels la province peut améliorer son environnement commercial concurrentiel. Le but est de trouver un moyen de pérenniser la prospérité de la province compte tenu du vieillissement de sa population et de sa dépendance actuelle à l’égard de ressources limitées dans les secteurs de l’exploitation minière et pétrolière. Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d'une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Rapport | 137 pages | April 2015 | Jacqueline Palladini | Le Conference Board du Canada

Portrait budgétaire du Québec : vers un budget équilibré

Après plusieurs années de faible croissance économique, l’économie du Québec devrait reprendre des forces. La dépréciation du dollar canadien et l’embellie de l’économie américaine devraient stimuler les exportations québécoises et donner une impulsion à l’économie. On prévoit également une hausse des recettes du gouvernement provincial. La question est de savoir si, ensemble, les recettes accrues et la décision de limiter la croissance des dépenses de programme globales suffiront pour équilibrer le budget provincial en 2015-2016. Joignez-vous à Marie-Christine Bernard pour l’entendre dresser son « Portrait budgétaire du Québec : vers un budget équilibré », une évaluation actualisée de la situation financière du gouvernement du Québec, fondée sur le tout dernier budget et les plus récentes prévisions du Conference Board en matière de croissance économique.

Recorded Webinar | April 2015 | Marie-Christine Bernard | Le Conference Board du Canada

Fin des budgets écrits à l’encre rouge : la santé et l’éducation sous pression

Une croissance économique plus forte que prévu devrait permettre au gouvernement du Québec d’atteindre ses objectifs en matière de recettes budgétaires, soit d’engranger 74,3 G$ en 2015-2016 et de dépasser légèrement ses prévisions pour 2016-2017.

Profil | 16 pages | March 2015 | Marie-Christine Bernard, Elise Martin, Daniel Fields, Mia Homsy | Le Conference Board du Canada

Achieving a Balanced Budget: Quebec Fiscal Snapshot

Stronger-than-forecast economic growth should enable the Quebec government to reach its budgetary revenue target of $74.3 billion in 2015–16, and to modestly exceed its forecasts for 2016–17.

Profile | 11 pages | March 2015 | Marie-Christine Bernard, Elise Martin, Daniel Fields, Mia Homsy | The Conference Board of Canada

Provincial Outlook Economic Forecast: Winter 2015

This quarterly economic forecast provides highlights of the Provincial Outlook report, which presents the short-term outlook for Canada's provinces.

Report | 102 pages | March 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

Provincial Outlook Economic Forecast for Newfoundland and Labrador: Winter 2015

This quarterly economic forecast for the province of Newfoundland and Labrador examines the economic outlook for the province, including gross domestic product (GDP), output by industry and labour market conditions.

Report | 32 pages | March 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

Provincial Outlook Economic Forecast for Prince Edward Island: Winter 2015

This quarterly economic forecast for the province of Prince Edward Island examines the economic outlook for the province, including gross domestic product (GDP), output by industry and labour market conditions.

Report | 32 pages | March 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

Provincial Outlook Economic Forecast for Nova Scotia: Winter 2015

This quarterly economic forecast for the province of Nova Scotia examines the economic outlook for the province, including gross domestic product (GDP), output by industry and labour market conditions.

Report | 32 pages | March 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

Provincial Outlook Economic Forecast for New Brunswick: Winter 2015

This quarterly economic forecast for the province of New Brunswick examines the economic outlook for the province, including gross domestic product (GDP), output by industry and labour market conditions.

Report | 32 pages | March 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

Provincial Outlook Economic Forecast for Quebec: Winter 2015

This quarterly economic forecast for the province of Quebec examines the economic outlook for the province, including gross domestic product (GDP), output by industry and labour market conditions.This document contains both the French and the English versions of the articles.

Report | 39 pages | March 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

Provincial Outlook Economic Forecast for Ontario: Winter 2015

This quarterly economic forecast for the province of Ontario examines the economic outlook for the province, including gross domestic product (GDP), output by industry and labour market conditions.

Report | 32 pages | March 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

Provincial Outlook Economic Forecast for Manitoba: Winter 2015

This quarterly economic forecast for the province of Manitoba examines the economic outlook for the province, including gross domestic product (GDP), output by industry and labour market conditions.

Report | 32 pages | March 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

Provincial Outlook Economic Forecast for Saskatchewan: Winter 2015

This quarterly economic forecast for the province of Saskatchewan examines the economic outlook for the province, including gross domestic product (GDP), output by industry and labour market conditions.

Report | 30 pages | March 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

Provincial Outlook Economic Forecast for Alberta: Winter 2015

This quarterly economic forecast for the province of Alberta examines the economic outlook for the province, including gross domestic product (GDP), output by industry and labour market conditions.

Report | 32 pages | March 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

Provincial Outlook Economic Forecast for British Columbia: Winter 2015

This quarterly economic forecast for the province of British Columbia examines the economic outlook for the province, including gross domestic product (GDP), output by industry and labour market conditions.

Report | 32 pages | March 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

Note de conjoncture provinciale: Résumé Hiver 2015

Ce résumé trimestriel reproduit, dans ses grandes lignes, la Note de conjoncture provinciale qui donne les perspectives économiques à court terme de chacune des provinces canadiennes.

Résumé | 18 pages | March 2015 | Marie-Christine Bernard | Le Conference Board du Canada

Manitoba Fiscal Snapshot: Winter 2015

This “fiscal snapshot” looks at the state of Manitoba’s economy and its government’s fiscal challenges, and provides a short- and medium-term outlook for the province.

Briefing | 11 pages | February 2015 | Daniel Fields, Matthew Stewart | The Conference Board of Canada

Provincial Outlook Executive Summary: Winter 2015

This quarterly economic forecast provides highlights of the Provincial Outlook report, which presents the short-term outlook for Canada's provinces.

Executive Summary | 18 pages | February 2015 | Marie-Christine Bernard | The Conference Board of Canada

Saskatchewan Credit Unions—Adapting to Changes for Future Growth

Credit unions have long served as a community-focused alternative to traditional banks in Canada, particularly in Saskatchewan. However, recent regulatory and tax policy changes have presented significant challenges to Canada’s credit unions, and the future of their participation in the provincial economy. So what are these changes, and how can Credit Unions change their models to accommodate them? This 60 minute recorded webinar considers the case of Saskatchewan credit unions and the challenges facing all co-operative financial institutions in a world of more regulation.

Recorded Webinar | February 2015 | Michael Grant | The Conference Board of Canada

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