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Slow, steady won't win this race

Bank of Canada Governor  David Dodge speaks at  a news conference after the release of the bank's Monetary Policy Report in Ottawa on Thursday. Fred Chartrand/CP

Three of Canada's big thinkers open up with their views on the economic challenge

Canada must play to its strengths to become competitive, panel says

Niche strategy has seen success elsewhere


At the crossroads: Adapt or perish

Riches from the oil patch are softening the blow of a devastated manufacturing sector, but the good times can't last. Experts say Canada has to diversify now to compete globally, or end up paying later.


Case Study

Soul searching and looking for stability on the factory floor


Pitfalls line the road to a new prosperity

Sherbrooke has hit some major obstacles on its agonizing journey from the Old Economy to the New


The Wannabes

Four economies on the way to achieving Waterloo Region's special alchemy


The Underachievers

Four economies with potential, but missing the mark in building the buzz


Blueprint for Canada's economic survival

Walloped by massive job losses, the region still thrives on innovation and perseverance — showing all communities how to become warriors in the global fight for growth


An empire diminished

John Pollock used to employ more than 3,000 people in the Kitchener-Waterloo region. Today, he employs three, but life goes on, he says.


Lessons from Kitchener-Waterloo

How innovaton and perservence reshaped a region

 

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