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The Daily Monday, February 26, 2024

Press Release

Canadian Survey on Business Conditions, first quarter 2024

Supply chain and price pressures have remained stable for Canadian businesses in the first quarter, following the downward trend started in the first quarter of 2022. As well, the outlook of businesses is relatively unchanged in the first quarter of 2024 compared with the fourth quarter of 2023.

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Monthly estimates of business openings and closures, November 2023

Monthly estimates of business openings and closures are now available for November 2023.

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International trade in environmental and clean technology products by origin and destination, 2022

Canada exported $20.9 billion of environmental and clean technology (ECT) products in 2022, accounting for 2.2% of total Canadian exports. The imports value of ECT products ($25.1 billion) was higher than that of exports and represented 2.6% of total Canadian imports. As a result, the trade deficit in ECT products in 2022 reached $4.2 billion, which is larger than the $3.7 billion annual trade deficit for the entire Canadian economy.

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Dairy statistics, December 2023

Dairy statistics for December are now available for Canada and the provinces.

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Monthly Survey of Manufacturing: Flash estimate, January 2024

Statistics Canada is providing an advance estimate of sales in the manufacturing sector for January. Advance results indicate that total manufacturing sales rose 0.4% in January. The largest increases were in the transportation equipment as well as machinery subsectors.

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Wholesale trade: Early indicator, January 2024

Statistics Canada is providing an advance estimate of sales in the wholesale trade sector for January 2024. The advance results for January indicate that wholesale sales (excluding petroleum, petroleum products, other hydrocarbons and oilseed and grain) fell 0.6%. Decreases were widespread across the sector with the most notable decline observed in the building materials and supplies subsector.

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