There was not a lot of movement on the jobs front in Manitoba last month.
The province added 2000 net jobs which nudged the unemployment rate down .1 of a per cent from January to 6 per cent.
Stats Canada call that statistically insignificant.
The national picture was much the same, with Canada’s unemployment rate creeping up .1 per cent to 7.3 per cent.
BC is the only province that saw significant job growth; while Saskatchewan and New Brunswick saw the biggest drops.