Canada's job market has been on a hot streak lately, with the country adding a whopping 335,000 full-time jobs over the past year, and unemployment sitting at a record low of 5.8 per cent, tied for the lowest level in comparable records going back to 1976.
Now a new analysis from the Bank of Montreal shows the boom is benefitting people in all regions of the country.
A year ago, the highest-ranking cities in BMO's Labour Market Report Card were primarily places near Toronto and Vancouver, beneficiaries of a major housing boom. But now, cities from all regions of the country are showing up on the rankings, as jobs prospects improve from Atlantic Canada to the Prairies.
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