Fred Thornhill/Reuters Canada's jobs report disappointed, snapping a multi-month-long streak of solid gains. The economy added 3,200 jobs in April, according to Statistics Canada. That number is below economists' expectations of an 10,000 job jump. Worse, full-time employment fell by 31,200. Most of the job gains were in part-time positions, which rose by 34,300. "All in all, a fairly weak jobs report," said David Madani, Senior Canada Economist at Capital Economics, in a note. Breaking down the data by age, employment dropped by 20,000 for men aged 25 to 54, primarily in full-time positions. Employment ticked up for those aged 55 and up. The unemployment rate ticked down to 6.5% from 6.7%. It was at7.1% about a year ago. "[T]here still appears to be significant underemployment," Madani added. "Wages and salaries growth has been sluggish mainly because of a slowdown in hours worked.This is broadly consistent with the recent decline in core inflation, a trend which justifies the Bank of Canada's cautious stance on the outlook for interest rates." The previousmonth saw 19,400 jobs added, far above economists' expectations of 5,700.

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Photo: Reuters The dairy major did not name the eight companies that were affected. There have been no reports of any illness linked to consumption of the affected whey protein, Fonterra said in a statement. Dairy products such as fresh milk, yoghurt, cheese, spreads and UHT milk products are not affected. Botulism poisoning, usually caused by consuming food contaminated with the toxin, affects nerves, resulting in double vision, blurred vision, slurred speech and muscle weakness. Fonterra Chief Executive Theo Spierings said the company is "acting quickly" to acquire information out about potentially affected product so that it can be taken off supermarket shelves and, where it has already been purchased, can be returned. We are working closely with New Zealands regulatory authority the Ministry for Primary Industries to keep New Zealand and offshore regulators informed, he said. Fonterra said it identified a potential quality issue in March 2013, when a product tested positive for a harmless strain of Clostridium. Several tests followed the initial discovery, and on July 31, 2013 tests indicated potential presence of a poisonous strain of Clostridium. We immediately contacted our customers and the appropriate authorities, so that any potentially affected product could be removed from the marketplace, Gary Romano, managing director Fonterras New Zealand Milk Products, said in the statement. We are working with our customers and will provide more information and updates as they become available, Romano said. Chinas General Administration of Quality Supervision Inspection and Quarantine has asked local dairy importers to recall products manufactured using Fonterras tainted whey protein and to step up inspections of dairy products from New Zealand, Bloomberg reported . In 2008, six infants died and 300,000 fell sick in China after consuming tainted baby formula, prompting authorities to improve measures to ensure food safety. New Zealand has one the worlds largest dairy industry and exports up to 95 percent of its milk.

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