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November 28, 2022
BUSINESS OPENING AND CLOSING, AUGUST 2022

Statistics Canada released updated data on monthly business openings and closures for August 2022. The data are seasonally adjusted.

Month-over-month (August 2021 vs July 2021, seasonally adjusted)

The number of active businesses in Nova Scotia decreased 0.88% from July to August 2022 (falling to 20,392 active businesses); this was the l...

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November 28, 2022
COMMERCIAL RENT PRICE INDEX, SEPTEMBER 2022

Statistics Canada has published a price index for commercial rents for properties such as offices, retail buildings, industrial buildings and warehouses.  This measures monthly changes in the net effective rent for the occupied commercial building space.  Although the data series is monthly, it is only published at the end of each quarter.

From September 2021 to September 2022, the commercial rent price index for Nova Scotia increased by 17.9% - this was the largest inc...

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November 28, 2022
FARM INCOME, 2021 [REVISED]

Statistics Canada has released revised results for annual farm incomes in Canada in 2021.  

Net farm income in Canada was $6.1 billion on farm cash receipts of $83.2 billion.  Canadian farm cash receipts were up by 15.3% while operating expenses (after rebates) grew by 10.5%.  Canadian net farm income was $7.9 billion in 2020.

In Nova Scotia, farms reported net loss of $42.5 million on cash receipts of $673.2 million.  Nova Scotia farm cash receipts we...

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November 25, 2022
SURVEY ON BUSINESS CONDITIONS: Q4 2022

Statistics Canada has conducted its tenth iteration of the Canadian Survey on Business Conditions. In October and early November, Statistics Canada surveyed businesses to collect information on businesses' expectations, obstacles, plans and practices.  Among the new questions asked during this iteration were details about international and interprovincial trade, with an emphasis on the barriers to interprovincial trade.    

The results reported here are a selectio ...

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November 25, 2022
GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE BY FUNCTION, 2021

Statistics Canada has published details from Consolidated Government Finance Statistics for 2021 including consolidated results for provincial-territorial and local governments by nine functional areas of expenditure: health care, education, social protection, general public service (which includes debt payments), economic affairs (which includes transportation), public order/safety, environmental protection (which includes wastewater and solid waste), housing/community amenities (which inclu...

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