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March 01, 2024
RURAL HOUSING PROFILES, 2022

Statistics Canada released Rural Canada Housing Profiles (RCHP) data today for the 2022 reference year. It includes data on building permits, building investment, and information from the Canadian Housing Statistics Program and the 2021 Census of Population. All data are in current dollar values. The RCHP database defines rural and small town (RST) areas as communities outside census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations according to the Statistics Canada 2016 Standard G...

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March 01, 2024
HEAD OFFICES, 2022

Statistics Canada reports on the number of and employment in head office locations across Canada. Head offices include establishments and locations primarily engaged in providing management and/or administrative support services to affiliated establishments. The activities include corporate functions such as strategic organizational planning, communications, tax planning, legal services, marketing, finance, human resource management and information technology services.

The number...

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March 01, 2024
HALIFAX BUSINESS CONDITIONS: FEBRUARY 19-25, 2024

Statistics Canada has released real-time local business conditions from February 19 to February 25, 2024. Reference dates reported now refer to the date following the end of the reference week.

Note that these data are not adjusted for seasonality and monthly or weekly changes may simply reflect regular seasonal patterns. 

From August 10 of 2020 to February 26, 2024, the local business conditions index for Halifax has increased by 229.1%. In percentage terms, Regina repor...

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March 01, 2024
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND BUDGET 2024-25

The Province of Prince Edward Island has released its provincial budget for 2024-25. 

Prince Edward Island expects that the 2024-25 deficit will be $85.0 million, little changed from the deficit forecast for 2023-24 ($85.5 million).  In 2025-26, the deficit is projected to contract to $59.5 million.  The deficit is projected to shrink again in 2026-27, falling to $30.5 million.  

In 2024-25, Prince Edward Island's revenues are projected to increase by ...

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March 01, 2024
ALBERTA BUDGET 2024-25

The Province of Alberta has released its provincial budget for 2024-25. 

After posting a forecasted surplus of $5.23 billion in 2023-24, Alberta anticipates its surplus will shrink to $367 million in 2024-25.  The surplus is projected to expand to $1.44 billion in 2025-26 and to $2.64 billion in 2026-27.  

Alberta's revenues are projected to contract by 2.8% in 2024-25 while expenditures grow by 3.9%.  In 2025-26, Alberta's revenue growth is projecte ...

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