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Retail trade, January 2021
Retail sales fell for the second consecutive month, down 1.1% to $52.5 billion in January, primarily because of lower sales at clothing and clothing accessories stores, furniture and home furnishings stores, and sporting goods, hobby, book and music stores.
Monthly credit aggregates, January 2021
Household sector borrowing is divided into financing in the form of non-mortgage loans, or funds principally for consumption, and mortgage loans, or debt acquired to finance the purchase of a property.
Weekly update: Canadian Economic Dashboard and COVID-19
The Canadian Economic Dashboard and COVID-19 presents selected indicators to help monitor the impact of the pandemic on economic activity in Canada.
National Travel Survey, third quarter 2020
With restrictions against non-essential travel in place during the third quarter, the number of trips taken by Canadians in the typically busy travel season from July to September fell dramatically in 2020.
Rental, leasing and property management industries’ operating revenue continued to grow in 2019
In 2019, residential and non-residential real estate lessors and real estate property managers generated $119.4 billion in operating revenue, up 4.8% from 2018. This sector benefitted from a more rapid increase in the population in 2019 (+1.4%) for a second consecutive year and industrial sector growth fuelled by e-commerce demand for logistics centres. Low office vacancy rates in Vancouver and Toronto also contributed to growth in this sector.
Monthly Energy Transportation and Storage Survey, January 2021
Data for January on the transportation and storage of crude oil and other liquid petroleum products are now available.
Education Indicators in Canada
The March 2021 issue of the publication Education Indicators in Canada: Report of the Pan-Canadian Education Indicators Program (81-582-X) is now available. This issue includes updates to indicators on transitions to postsecondary education and the labour market, as well as labour market outcomes. Two internationally comparable indicators presenting information about youth who are not in education, employment or training and labour market outcomes by educational attainment are also included in this edition.