Why some companies become export superstars while others fail

Opinion: Successful exporters often already do well at home before they venture abroad—exporting is unlikely to turn a weak firm into a strong one

The interest rate hike is going to leave its mark on Canadian exporters

The Bank of Canada’s decision to increase interest rates, while necessary, will put upward pressure on the loonie, making life more difficult for exporters

The Canadian dollar has taken a beating, and with good reason

Currency speculators see a lot they don’t like about Canada’s economy, from trade to real estate. Their negativity might be overdone, but not by much.

It’s high time Canada looked beyond the U.S. for trade opportunities

There’s a world of export markets out there, if only Canadian businesses could lift their sights from the domestic and U.S. markets

To protect Canadian jobs, Trudeau must drop carbon pricing

Slapping a carbon price on Canadian goods weakens the ability of Canadians to compete, and measures meant to mitigate the impact won’t work

75 charts every Canadian should watch in 2017

Maclean’s presents its third annual chartstravaganza to help make sense of the Canadian economy in the year ahead

What Canada’s trade strategy should look like under Trump

Canada should continue to position itself to set the global standard for openness to the movement of products, expertise, people, technologies, and ideas

Don’t look now, Canada’s economy is getting ugly

There’s been a lot of terrible economic news in recent weeks. At what point does this become a problem for Justin Trudeau?

Why barriers to trade between the provinces leave us all poorer

A new Senate report offers a roadmap to freer interprovincial trade and a stronger Canadian economy. Will anyone listen?

Good times are back in Ontario. Wink wink, nudge nudge.

A low dollar and increased exports are wind in Ontario’s economic sails. For now.

An NDP win in Alberta, and a record-breaking trade deficit

May 6: The common theme is oil, as WTI sits above $61 this morning. Plus, the pistachio market, and an $8000 gender wage gap

The services industry: Canada’s secret economic playground?

Some of our fastest-growing exports are in the overlooked services sector. That’s good for Canada’s job market.