That pushed the unemployment rate to 7.8 per cent, down from 7.9 per cent in September and 8.6 per cent at this time a year ago.
The unemployment rate in western Alberta held steady at 5.8 per cent last month.
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Police said they have yet to establish a motive for the rampage and that Ostrem had only "a minimal criminal history". Thornton police are searching for 47-year-old Scott Ostrem, who they say fled in a auto before officers arrived.
"Growth indicators for Canada have been decelerating, but you wouldn't know it looking at the labor market, where employers are still beefing up their workforce", Avery Shenfeld, chief economist at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, said in a note to investors. Information, culture and recreation industries added 15,300 jobs. Just under 400,000 jobs have been created over the past 12 months, also one of the biggest such gains on record. It is up to 5.9%, up from 5.6% in September.
The job gains - which more than doubled economists' forecasts - suggest the economy may be poised to end the year with a bang.
It hit a high of nine per cent two years later.
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The Chinese Foreign Ministry had indicated on Monday that it will block the United States resolution. Last year, China had done the same to stall India's application before the same committee.
This removes any immediate urgency to raise interest rates from current levels, but more signs of rising capacity pressures will eventually lead the Bank of Canada to another rate hike as early as January 2018, Raptis said.
However, offsetting the jobs report, Statistics Canada also reported a $3.2-billion trade deficit for September, essentially unchanged from the previous month, which was revised to $3.2 billion compared with an initial estimate of $3.4 billion.
The Canadian dollar quickly rose to C$1.2728 against the greenback, or 78.57 US cents, up from C$1.2829, or 77.95 USA cents before the report was released.
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Yet another added: "If people will go so far as to disrespect themselves and disrespect you, something should be done". The pair made worldwide news headlines when photos of their raunchy display were captured by another passenger.
Despite adding jobs, Canada's unemployment rate increased to 6.3 per cent, up from 6.2 per cent in September.