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Manitoba boasts lowest unemployment rate in Canada

Charles Krupa / The Associated Press Files</p><p>The local economy posted a net gain of only 300 new jobs in July, but 300 workers also dropped out of the provincial labour force during the month. That left 683,200 people in the workforce — 649,400 of them employed.</p></p>

Charles Krupa / The Associated Press Files

The local economy posted a net gain of only 300 new jobs in July, but 300 workers also dropped out of the provincial labour force during the month. That left 683,200 people in the workforce — 649,400 of them employed.

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