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The Daily Tuesday, April 26, 2022

Press Release

Principal field crop areas, March 2022

Canadian farmers expect to plant more wheat, corn for grain, lentils, soybeans and oats in 2022, while area seeded to canola, barley and dry peas is anticipated to decrease compared with the previous year.

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Greenhouse, sod and nursery industries, 2021

In 2021, the main challenge for the greenhouse, nursery, field-cut flowers and sod industries producers came from the supply chain disruptions which became more apparent in mid-summer. The British Columbia flooding and landslides resulted in road closures that caused significant delays in shipments towards the end of 2021.

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Violent victimization and perceptions of safety among First Nations, Métis and Inuit women and among women living in remote areas of Canada

Indigenous people are overrepresented as victims of violence in Canada, and Indigenous women in particular experience disproportionately high rates of violence. Violent victimization against Indigenous people is rooted in the history of colonization that impacted and continues to impact Indigenous families and communities and Canadian society.

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Food services and drinking places, February 2022

On a seasonally adjusted basis, sales in the food services and drinking places subsector increased by 20.7% to $6.4 billion in February 2022 as provinces eased lockdowns and other COVID-19-related restrictions that were in place the previous month. Sales rose at full-service restaurants (+47.5%), as well as at limited-service restaurants (+3.0%), special food services (+18.0%) and drinking places (+38.7%). All of the provinces reported higher sales, with the largest increases in dollar terms being in Ontario (+26.6%) and Quebec (+33.6%).

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Railway carloadings, February 2022

In February, the volume of cargo carried by Canadian railways reached 26.7 million tonnes of freight, edging down 2.4% from February 2021 levels. Higher rail carloadings of some energy products helped to offset the ongoing, sharp decline in grain shipments.

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Number and salaries of full-time teaching staff at Canadian universities (partial), 2021/2022

Today, Statistics Canada is releasing the first results from the Full-time University and College Academic Staff System (FT-UCASS) survey for the 2021/2022 academic year. This partial release includes data from 80 of the 112 public degree-granting institutions that had finalized data by the beginning of April 2022. A final release for the 2021/2022 academic year, with data for all public degree-granting institutions, will be available in the fall of 2022.

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Monthly Survey of Manufacturing: Flash estimate, March 2022

Given the rapidly evolving economic situation, Statistics Canada is providing an advance estimate of sales in the manufacturing sector for March. Advance results indicate that total manufacturing sales rose 1.7% in March. The growth was mainly due to higher sales in the petroleum and coal, primary metal, and paper product industries.

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