Unemployment in Canada rose by one tenth of a percent to 8.1 percent in August and is the first time the unemployment rate has exceeded 8 percent since last May. According to Statistics Canada, 35,800 net new jobs were created in August, but this gain was offset by an increase in the number of people looking for work compared to July.
Source: The Canadian Press
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