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Canada adds 35,000 jobs in October, as full-time positions surge
The Canadian economy added 35,000 jobs in October as a surge in full-time jobs was partially offset by a decline in part-time posittions.
Statistics Canada reported Friday that the economy added 89,000 full-time jobs last month, but shed 53,000 part-time jobs.
Economists had been expecting a jump of about 15,000 jobs.
Most provinces added jobs, led by a gain of 18,000 in Quebec. But three provinces lost jobs:
British Colombia: 6,100.
Prince Edward Island: 500.
Canada adds 35,000 jobs in October, as full-time positions surge - Business - CBC News