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Higher wages could bolster consumer spending, but rising interest rates and stricter mortgage rules pose challenges for the housing market

Solid economic growth in B.C. is expected to continue. However, the new NDP government faces challenges

A resurgence in oil prices helped Alberta’s economy enjoy a healthy rebound in 2017, and further growth is expected this year

Manufacturing and construction have been strong economic drivers form Quebec, the growth of which is expected to slow slightly this year

An aging population, declining energy exports and fewer major projects weigh down economic activity in the Atlantic provinces

Improvements in oil prices and potash production are driving a rebound in Saskatchewan’s economy, while Manitoba stays the course

Declines in GDP for the Northwest Territories and Nunavut are anticipated for 2018. The outlook for the Yukon is much brighter

Some provinces may face challenges in curbing carbon emissions

Canada's largest economy is benefiting from public and private spending, but U.S. protectionism may hamper growth

Although the energy sector is struggling and unemployment remains high, rising oil prices should bring some relief to Alberta