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Provincial and Territorial Natural Resources Satellite Account, 2020
Real gross domestic product (GDP) of the natural resources sector fell in all provinces and territories except Newfoundland and Labrador (+5.4%), Prince Edward Island (+0.5%) and Yukon (+90.8%) in 2020. The large growth in Yukon is due to increased extraction in metallic minerals, influenced by high gold prices and low fuel costs.
Characteristics of firearm-related violent crime in Canada, 2009 to 2020
After increasing in recent years, the rate of firearm-related violent crime was unchanged in 2020. In 2020, violent Criminal Code offences accounted for about one in every five crimes that came to the attention of police, and a firearm was present in about 3% of these incidents.
Nunavut Government Employee Survey, 2021
The public service is the largest employer in Nunavut. Out of a population aged 15 years or more of approximately 25,000 people in the territory, the combined public sector territorial and federal workforce had approximately 7,200 employees in 2021. About 6,600 (92%) work for the Government of Nunavut (GN), and roughly 600 (8%) work for the Government of Canada (GoC) in Nunavut.
Railway carloadings, March 2022
Canadian railways transported 31.2 million tonnes of freight in March, down 6.2% compared with March 2021, marking the seventh straight month of year-over-year decline.
Real-time local business conditions, May 16 to May 22
Weekly data on real-time local business conditions are now available for May 16 to May 22, 2022.
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