Economists had expected growth of 0.1%.
Economists had expected no change in gross domestic product for February.
Sales were up in five of 11 subsectors.
Sales were down in 15 of 21 industries.
The highest average post-legalization price per gram was in the Northwest Territories at roughly $14.45 per gram.
Sales rose in five of the seven subsectors tracked.
Sales were up in four of the seven subsectors.
Sales were down in 12 of 21 industries tracked.
Sales were down in seven of 21 the industries tracked.
Those in the health care, social services and the education sectors are more vulnerable.
Helping drive the growth was the mining, quarrying and oil and gas extraction sector which rose 0.9 per cent.
$8 billion on staff and contractors, $4 billion on software/hardware, $2 billion on other measures.
Growth came as sales in 11 of 21 industries climbed higher.
Economy rocketed to an annualized pace of 2.9 per cent in the period from April 1 through June 30.
Construction materials show strength, automotive and supplies fall.