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June 14, 2024
MANUFACTURING SHIPMENTS, APRIL 2024

Monthly (seasonally adjusted, April 2024 vs March 2024)                                                                            

Nova Scotia's manufacturing shipments increased 6.2% to $1.031 billion. National shipments increased 1.1% to $70.8 billion ...

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June 14, 2024
WHOLESALE TRADE, APRIL 2024

NOTE

Starting with the March 2023 reference month, petroleum products data are available within Statistics Canada's data on wholesale trade. This distorts year-to-date comparisons as well as the national inventory to sales ratio. The effect causes data for oil-producing regions to increase more rapidly than in other provinces.                                     & ...

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June 14, 2024
NEW MOTOR VEHICLE SALES, APRIL 2024

Year-to-date (January-April 2024 vs January-April 2023, unadjusted)

Nova Scotia reported the largest gain (+23.5%) in unit sales of new vehicles among all provinces. In the first four months of 2024, Nova Scotia sold 14,857 new motor vehicles. National unit sales were up 16.0% to 600,203 units.  Unit sales were up in all provinces.  Alberta had the slowest year-to-date growth in unit sales.               ...

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June 14, 2024
HALIFAX BUSINESS CONDITIONS: JUNE 3-JUNE 9, 2024

Statistics Canada has released real-time local business conditions from June 3 to June 9, 2024. Reference dates reported now refer to the date following the end of the reference week. These data are not adjusted for seasonality and monthly or weekly changes may simply reflect regular seasonal patterns.

From August 10 of 2020 to June 10, 2024, the local business conditions index for Halifax has increased by 433.0%. St. John's reported the strongest growth in business conditions o ...

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June 14, 2024
INFRASTRUCTURE ECONOMIC ACCOUNTS, 2023-REVISED

Statistics Canada has released revised infrastructure economic accounts for 2023. These data report the stock of infrastructure, which is diminished by estimated depreciation and increased by investment in new capital.  The data are reported for both public and private owners of infrastructure as well as by the type of asset and public service function it performs (categorized in the broad Classification of Functions of Government).  Except where public and private infrastructure ar...

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