The national economy should see a slight pick-up this year, the Conference Board of Canada said in a new report out Thursday.
The independent research group said it sees overall growth of 1.9 per cent this year, up from the 1.3 per cent it expects will be reported for last year.
“The plunge in energy investment is expected to slow and we should finally see a resurgence in non-energy investment,” the Conference Board said.
“Canadian exports are also expected to fare a little better as the U.S. economy picks up speed and the Canadian dollar remains weak,” the group said, but added that exports levels will still remain low by historical standards. Click here to read more.