Canada’s unemployment rate dropped once again in October but job losses were seen in Sask.

The unemployment rate is down from 6.9 to 6.7 percent in Canada, a 20 month low, according to a Statistics Canada report Friday morning.

It also says the economy added about 31,000 jobs.

Gains were not seen in Saskatchewan, where 6,500 jobs were lost, Manitoba also saw a decrease of 3,100.

Increases were seen in Ontario and New Brunswick, everywhere else was for the most part unchanged.



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