Statistics Canada Monthly Survey of Manufacturing, May 2021
Statistics Canada released its monthly manufacturing survey for May…
Manufacturing sales fell 0.6 per cent in May, Statistics Canada reports
(CP) OTTAWA – Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales fell…
Wholesale sales rose 0.9% in September: Statistics Canada
Sales in the food, beverage and tobacco subsector increased 3.6% to $12.4 billion, highest increase since March.
Canadians spend more money, time online during COVID: StatCan
Survey also found that 34% of Canadians say they’ve received attempted identity-theft attacks.
Economic rebound slows, economy grew 3% in July: Statistics Canada
Manufacturing grew 5.9% in July, following a 15.1% expansion in June as more operations ramped up production.
COVID-19 accelerating automation bigger risk for women: StatCan
44% of women likely to face a moderate to high risk, compared with nearly 35% for men.
Inflation rate falls to 0.1% as price growth slows: Statistics Canada
Reading was down from a year-over-year increase of 0.7% in June, average economist estimate had been 0.5% for July.
Statistics Canada says country gained 419,000 jobs in July
The national unemployment rate was 10.9% in July, down from the 12.3% recorded in June
Economy grew 4.5% in May, Statistics Canada says
In a flash estimate for June, the agency says the economy continued to grow at a rate of 5%
Trade deficit narrowed in May as exports rose, imports fell again
Contracted to $677 million in May compared with $4.3 billion in April.
May’s annual inflation rate in sinks to -0.4%: Statistics Canada
Bank of Canada governor said rates would only go up once Canada is well into an economic recovery.
Manufacturing sales post record plunge in April: Statistics Canada
…but many companies resumed production during the second week of May after full or partial shutdowns.
Annual inflation rate turned negative in April: Statistics Canada
Overall drop was the first year-over-year decline in the CPI since September 2009.
Companies report sales, revenue declines related to COVID measures
Chamber of Commerce, Statistics Canada business conditions survey shows almost 81% have sustained medium to high drop in demand.
1,011,000 jobs lost in March, unemployment rate up to 7.8%
2.2% increase in the national rate the worst single-month change over the last 40-plus years.
Manufacturing sales fell in December to $56.4B: Statistics Canada
Notable drops in automotive assembly and aerospace products, parts sales.
Job losses in manufacturing impact employment rates, wages
Statistics Canada study (2000 to 2015) offers some insight for men, but women require more research.
Maple syrup production reaches record high while honey output drops
Maple products rose to $517.5 million on higher output as honey output and number of bee colonies declined.
Canadians spent $908M at cannabis stores since legalization: StatCan
Access to cannabis stores increased as the number of retail stores jumped from 217 in March to 407 in July.
Wholesale sales up 1% in September: Statistics Canada
Machinery, equipment and supplies subsector reported the largest increase.
Statistics Canada reports manufacturing sales up 0.8% in August
Economists on average had expected a gain of 0.6%.
Gender wage gap narrows to 13.3%, women earn $4.13/hour less
Statistics Canada says changes in distribution of men and women in occupations was key to the smaller wage gap.
Manufacturing sales fell 1.3% in July: Statistics Canada
Exceeds economists’ forecasts, down in 11 industries representing two thirds of total sales.
Statistics Canada reports $1.1B trade surplus for July
Imports rose 1.2% to $50.9 billion with gains in six of 11 sectors.
Canada posts strong quarterly growth, but trade risks loom
Analysts say trade-driven boost was likely a temporary factor, particularly with weakening global economic conditions.
Statistics Canada reports wholesale sales rose 1.7% in April
Result topped the 0.2% gain that had been expected
Trade deficit in April shrank to $966M: Statistics Canada [UPDATED]
Smaller-than-expected deficit came as exports rose 1.3% for the month.
Wholesale trade climbs 1.4% to $64.1B in March, beats expectations
Growth came as sales gained in six of the seven subsectors.
Manufacturing sales up 2.1% in March: Statistics Canada
Sales were up in 12 of 21 industries, representing 56.4% of the sector.
19.4% of board directors are female, all company types: Statistics Canada
Manufacturing and construction sectors had the lowest shares, at 14.4% and 12.8%.
Second straight monthly employment surge with 55,900 new jobs
Increase outpaces US job creation, figures show an increase of just 20,000 new positions.
Manufacturing sales up 0.2% in September: Statistics Canada
Growth in July means the sector had a good third quarter.