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The Daily Thursday, June 27 2024

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Payroll employment, earnings and hours, and job vacancies, April 2024

The number of employees receiving pay and benefits from their employer—measured as “payroll employment” in the Survey of Employment, Payrolls and Hours—decreased by 22,700 (-0.1%) in April.

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Principal field crop areas, June 2024

Canadian farmers reported planting more soybeans, lentils, dry peas and oats, but fewer acres of wheat, canola, corn and barley, according to the June 2024 Field Crop Survey.

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Dairy statistics, April 2024

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

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Mushroom Growers’ Survey, 2023

Canadian mushroom growers sold 155,191 short tons of mushrooms in 2023, up 1.2% compared with 2022 and the eighth consecutive annual increase. Total production in Canada’s top mushroom-producing province, Ontario, increased 3.7% to 81,510 short tons.

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National culture indicators, first quarter 2024

Real gross domestic product (GDP) for the culture and sport sectors in Canada rose 0.6% to $14.5 billion in the first quarter. Growth in culture and sport surpassed real GDP growth for the total economy (+0.4%). On a nominal basis, GDP for the combined culture and sport sectors was up 1.2% in the first quarter.

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Aircraft movement and civil aviation statistics, April 2024

In April, aircraft movements at Canada’s major and select small airports totalled 486,993, up 7.4% from April 2023. Itinerant movements increased 5.7% year over year to 322,319 in April 2024, while local movements rose 10.9% to 164,674.

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Data on income of families and individuals: Subprovincial data from the T1 Family File, 2022

According to data from tax filings, families in Canada reported an average total (pre-tax) income of $97,170 in 2022, up 3.1% from 2021, before adjusting for inflation. The annual inflation rate was 6.8% in 2022, so in inflation-adjusted terms, family total income fell by 3.4%.

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Federal Science and Technology Expenditures and Personnel, 2022/2023 (actual), 2023/2024 (preliminary), and 2024/2025 (intentions)

In 2022/2023, federal government science and technology (S&T) spending rose $396 million to $15.4 billion, following a $391 million gain in 2021/2022 ($15.0 billion).

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