N.S. Economy Will Slow This Year Thanks to Northern Pulp Shutdown

The province’s 2020-2021 budget predicts Nova Scotia’s GDP will grow by just 0.4 percent this year, after shooting up by 1.9 percent in 2019.

Up until Northern Pulp shut down it had been a great few years for the province’s economy. Nova Scotia’s population was surging, there was more new construction, and wages were going up.

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