Canada Has Highest Unemployment Rate Among G7 Nations

Every other G7 country has less unemployment than Canada does.

Every country has been hit hard by the CCP Virus, whether due to the health impacts, the economic damage, or a combination of both.

Yet, Canada now has the dubious distinction of having the worst unemployment rate among G7 nations.

According to data from the OECD, Canada’s unemployment rate stands at 13.7%.

The G7 nation with the second highest unemployment rate is the United States, with a rate 2.6% points lower than Canada, at 11.1%.

This wouldn’t be much of a problem if Canada’s economy had been strong previously, but as many have noted, Canada had rising unemployment, rising debt, and weak growth even before the CCP Virus hit.

As a result, Canada starts from behind in our efforts to recover, and when you consider the carbon tax and the overall anti-growth, anti-business environment created by the Liberals, it will be very difficult for our country to attract investment and generate wealth for the Canadian People.

Unfortunately, the Liberal government is putting their ideology ahead of the best interests of Canada.

Spencer Fernando

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