Canada's unemployment rate nudges down to 5.8% in February
Canada's job market added about 15,000 jobs in February, less than expected but enough to nudge the unemployment rate down to 5.8 per cent.
Statistics Canada reported Friday that the health-care and social assistance sectors added jobs, while wholesale and retail trade, and manufacturing all shrank.
By province, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia added jobs, while Saskatchewan lost some.
There was little change everywhere else.
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