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December 01, 2021
BUILDING PERMITS, OCTOBER 2021

Month over month (seasonally adjusted, Oct 2021 vs. Sep 2021)

Changes in monthly building permit values are typically very volatile, with large swings from one month to the next. Nova Scotia's total building permits (residential and non-residential) increased 0.8% to $190.6 million. Halifax permits decreased 9.4% to $102.7 million. Outside the city, ...

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November 30, 2021
COMPENSATION OF EMPLOYEES Q3 2021

With Q3 reference results, year-over-year (Q3 2021 vs Q3 2020) and year-to-date (Jan-Sep 2021 vs Jan-Sep 2021) are showing the rebounds in economic activity from the unprecedented declines observed at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nova Scotia’s seasonally adjusted employee compensation (wages and salaries + employers’ social contributions) increased 2.0% in the third quarter of 2021 to $6.647 billion. The wages and salaries portion of employee compensation increased ...

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November 30, 2021
NON-RESIDENTIAL FIXED CAPITAL INVESTMENT, Q3 2021

With Q3 reference results, year-over-year (Q3 2021 vs Q3 2020) and year-to-date (Q1-Q3 2021 vs Q1-Q3 2021) are showing the rebounds in economic activity from the unprecedented declines observed at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Non-residential fixed capital investment consists of expenditures made by business, governments and non-profit institutions serving households that add to the capital stock for production of goods and services in an economy.  Investment ...

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November 30, 2021
CANADIAN ECONOMIC ACCOUNTS Q3 2021

Canada’s Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) increased 5.4% (all figures seasonally adjusted at annual rates) in the third quarter of 2021. This followed a decline of 3.2% in Q2, and a gain of 4.9% in Q1 2021. Real GDP was 4.0% higher than for the same quarter of 2020. Compared to pre-pandemic Q4 2019, the Canadian economy was 1.4% smaller in Q3 2021.

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November 30, 2021
CANADA GDP BY INDUSTRY, SEPTEMBER 2021

With September reference month results, year-over-year (September 2021 vs September 2020) and year-to-date (Jan-Sep 21 vs Jan-Sep 20) are showing the rebounds in economic activity from the unprecedented declines observed at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Canada increased 0.1% in September 2021, following a 0.6% increase in August 2021. For the month, activity was up in 12 of 20 industrial sectors, led by gains in services producing in...

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