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Monthly Survey of Manufacturing, October 2022
Manufacturing sales increased 2.8% in October, mainly on higher sales in the petroleum and coal, food and chemical products industries.
Investment in building construction, October 2022
Nationally, investment in building construction in October was largely steady, up 0.2% to $20.9 billion, with Ontario accounting for nearly all the gains. The residential sector edged down 0.1% to $15.4 billion, while the non-residential sector increased 0.9% to $5.5 billion.
Infrastructure economic account, updated 2019 to 2021
The Infrastructure Economic Account isolates the role and estimates the impact of infrastructure on Canada, the provinces and the territories. It provides a macroeconomic perspective of the infrastructure assets that represent the physical structures and systems that support the production of goods and services and their delivery to and consumption by governments, businesses and citizens.
Preliminary national estimates on police-reported human trafficking incidents, 2022
Today, Statistics Canada is releasing preliminary national estimates on human trafficking incidents reported by police for 2022, as was done in 2021. These estimates are available on request.
Maple products, 2022
Canadian maple producers harvested a record-high 17.4 million gallons of maple syrup in 2022, a 53.8% rise from 2021. Production was up across all maple-producing provinces largely because of favourable weather conditions and continued expansions in the industry. Higher yields in 2022 followed the previous year’s lower production brought on by a short maple season attributable to warm spring temperatures in 2021.
Production and value of honey, 2022
Canadian honey producers harvested 74.4 million pounds of honey in 2022, down by 15.6% from 2021 and the lowest level since 2009. Despite an increase in beekeepers (+3.4% from 2021), fewer colonies (-8.3%) because of poor quality queens, varroa mite infestations and unfavourable weather in some provinces contributed to the drop in production. High costs for importing bees, used to replenish colonies after winter losses, presented further challenges for beekeepers. The total value of honey produced in 2022 was down by 5.6% to $253.5 million.
Weekly aircraft movements, November 26 to December 2, 2022
Weekly data on aircraft itinerant movements are now available for November 26 to December 2, 2022.
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