The Canadian dollar rose against its peer currencies as traders reacted to the upbeat trade numbers, falling coronavirus cases, and the relatively stable crude oil prices. This week, focus will be on the Canadian job numbers, which will come out on Friday. Like with the United States, analysts expect that the economy created more jobs than the 289k that it created in May. They also see the unemployment rate falling and wages rising. Additionally, the statistics office will release the housing starts, building permits, and the Ivey manufacturing PMI data.