Statistics Canada has released its latest unemployment figures.
It found that the unemployment rate in Canada fell to 8% in September.
This is down from 9.1% in August.
In September, the unemploymentrate in Canada was 10.1%.
That is down slightly from the 10.4% rate in August and the 9.7%.
However, unemployment rates have been falling across Canada for a long time.
In October, the Canada Job Survey said that the national unemployment rate was 7.3%.
That was down from 7.6% in October.
The economy is still weak, with a national employment rate of 5.5%.
Canada’s economy has been expanding by about 1.3% annually since January.
In fact, the economy is now growing by about 2% per month.
The country’s unemploymentrate fell to 9.5% in the September data.