Investment banks aren’t lopping off heads quite yet

Canadian dealmaking fell ~40% in 2022 and is currently down ~50% from the same last year. Despite this, workers at the country’s top investment banks can sleep easy knowing their jobs are not in imminent danger.
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The disappearance of remote jobs

Work From Home is definitely here to stay, but unfortunately, not for everyone.
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Pricey groceries

$37 chicken, $14 yogurts, and $8 cabbage? Apparently, we haven’t seen the worst of it, as groceries are set to become even more expensive in the coming months.
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Good vibes in the global economy

We don’t want to jinx it, but the global economy may be starting to shake off the winter blues.
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Debt ceiling drama

Folks, it’s time to talk about the US debt ceiling. We can already sense your eyelids drooping, but—stick with us here—this is important stuff.
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Workers want a cushion for their career

As layoffs spread faster than a TikTok dance craze, workers are trying to get ahead by securing new jobs before the corporate axe comes a-chopping. 
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Egg prices are no yolk

Whether you like them scrambled, poached, or raw like Rocky Balboa, one yolky Canadian grocery staple is about to get cheaper. Though not as cheap as they could be.
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Canada’s office space problem

Source: Tim Mossholder / Unsplash.
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A white-collar recession

Data from past recessions shows us that blue-collar workers usually bear the brunt of the impact. This time around, the trend could flip.  
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The rise of food-recovery apps

If you’re looking to save some money on groceries (and who amongst us isn’t), some startups are hoping you’ll drop the coupon clipping in favour of mystery grab bags. 
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