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The Daily, Tuesday, April 5, 2022

Press Release

Canadian international merchandise trade, February 2022

In February, Canada’s merchandise imports were up 3.9%, following a 7.5% decline in January. Meanwhile, exports rose 2.8% in February. As a result, Canada’s merchandise trade surplus with the world narrowed from $3.1 billion in January to $2.7 billion in February.

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Study: Language used at work by graduates of English, French or bilingual postsecondary institutions

According to a new study, the language of the postsecondary institution that graduates attended may be associated with the language they then use in the workplace.

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Canadian international trade in services, February 2022

Canada’s monthly international trade in services deficit narrowed from $628 million in January to $317 million in February. Overall, exports of services increased 2.8% to $11.6 billion, while imports edged up 0.1% to $11.9 billion.

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Multifactor productivity growth estimates and industry productivity database, 2020: productivity growth during the COVID-19 pandemic

Multifactor productivity, measured as output per unit of combined labour and capital inputs, increased 0.5% in the Canadian business sector in 2020. The growth in 2020 reflected a 6.5% decrease in output, and a 7.0% decline in the combined inputs of capital and labour.

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Commercial rents in key Canadian economic markets, analytical supplement for the fourth quarter of 2021

Commercial rents rose 0.8% in the fourth quarter of 2021, following an identical increase (+0.8%) in the third quarter. The increase was shared among all three building types, led by higher rents for industrial buildings and warehouses (+1.0%), followed by retail buildings (+0.9%) and office buildings (+0.5%).

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Canadian foreign post indexes, April 2022

Data on Canadian foreign post indexes are now available for April.

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