GDP contracted by 0.3% for the month, the first decline since the Fort McMurray wildfires in May.
Manufacturers would generate $1.2 trillion in manufacturing output over 15 years.
Decline reflects weaker output, new order and employment contributions.
PMI survey indicates higher levels of output, new orders and employment across the sector.
Output increase buoyed by rise in new order volumes, job creation and subdued input price inflation.
Declines in both IPPI and RMPI end consecutive monthly gains for Canadian manufacturers
China will overtake as global vehicle output leader