Government of Nova Scotia, Canada
Daily Stats
For additional information relating to Daily Stats or any of our products, please contact:

Thomas StorringDirector, Economics and Statistics
Tel: 902-424-2410Email: Thomas.Storring@novascotia.ca

View the Archive..
November 22, 2019
RETAIL TRADE, SEPTEMBER 2019

In Nova Scotia September 2019, seasonally adjusted Retail Trade increased 0.6 per cent over August 2019 to $1.4 billion. In Sep 2019 vs Sep 2018, seasonally adjusted Retail Trade increased 3.8 per cent.                          &...

View complete article..


November 22, 2019
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION, SEPTEMBER 2019

Total residential and non-residential construction

Investment in Nova Scotia building construction declined 5.6 per cent in September (seasonally adjusted) compared to August 2019.  Halifax monthly building construction was down 9.8 per cent in September.

Nationally, investment in building construction rose 1.0 per cent in Septem...

View complete article..


November 22, 2019
BUSINESS AND EMPLOYMENT DYNAMICS, NOVA SCOTIA 2017

Statistics Canada has released the 2017 results for provincial and territorial business and employment dynamics.  This covers incorporated and unincorporated businesses in the private sector that issue at least one T4 slip in any given calendar year, but excludes self-employed individuals or partnerships where the participants do not draw salaries. 

In 2017, there were a total of 27,310 active businesses in Nova Scotia's private sector, including 23,950 incumbents (continui ...

View complete article..


November 22, 2019
JAPAN CPI INFLATION, OCTOBER 2019

Japan's CPI inflation (all items, year-over-year) remained at 0.2 per cent in October 2019.  This is the third consecutive month for year-over-year inflation at 0.2 per cent.

Energy price deflation fell to -2.7 per cent while food price inflation rose to 0.9 per cent. Japan's underlying inflation was 0.6 per cent (all items excluding fresh food and energy), t ...

View complete article..


November 21, 2019
EMPLOYMENT INSURANCE, SEPTEMBER 2019

In September 2019, the number (seasonally adjusted) of Nova Scotians receiving regular Employment Insurance (EI) benefits decreased by 300 persons (1.2 per cent) from the previous month to 25,710 and decreased by 1,490 persons (-5.5 per cent) from September 2018.  Following an increase through much of 2016, the number of EI beneficiaries in Nova Scotia has been...

View complete article..


Top