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September 24, 2021
CANADIAN SOCIAL SURVEY: COVID-19 AND WELL-BEING

Statistics Canada introduced a new survey in spring 2021 called the Canadian Social Survey (CSS). The goal is to understand social issues more rapidly by collecting information on relevant social issues every three months. Data collected from April to June 2021 focus on Canadians and their personal experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Data collection coincided with pandemic closures and public health restrictions resulting from the third wave across most provinces. 

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September 24, 2021
JAPAN CPI INFLATION, AUGUST 2021

Japan’s CPI inflation (all items, year-over-year) increased 0.4% in August 2021 compared to August 2020. This is third consecutive month of positive year-over-year inflation in Japan following eight months of deflation.

Japan's underlying inflation (all items excluding fresh food and energy) increased 0.3%.

Japan's energy prices have reboun ...

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September 23, 2021
RETAIL TRADE, JULY 2021

With July reference month results, year-over-year (Jul 2021 vs Jul 2020) and year-to-date (Jan-Jul 2021 vs Jan-Jul 2020) show rebounds in economic activity from the unprecedented declines observed in the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

MONTH OVER MONTH (seasonally adjusted Jul 2021 vs Jun 2021)

In Nova...

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September 23, 2021
FOOD SERVICES AND DRINKING PLACES, JULY 2021

With July reference month results, year-over-year (Jul 2021 vs Jul 2020) and year-to-date (Jan-Jul 2021 vs Jan-Jul 2020) show rebounds in economic activity from the unprecedented declines observed in the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Month-over-Month (Jul 2021 vs Jun 2021, seasonally adjusted)                                                &nb...

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September 23, 2021
EMPLOYMENT INSURANCE, JULY 2021

From March to September, Statistics Canada suspended publication of employment insurance (EI) statistics.  Canadians were eligible for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) during this period.  New data for the period from March to September shows how an initial rise in EI claims at the start of the pandemic was reversed as new EI applicants were directed to CERB instead.  After September 27, 2020 there was a temporary expansion of EI and CERB recipients were transitione...

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