Capturing the interplay between these moving parts is the labour share of national income, shown above as employee compensation as a share of net -domestic product (nominal GDP, less depreciation). Since 2004, Alberta and Quebec have swapped places as cool and warm labour markets. These indicators track progress on the 2019 to 2022 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy, supporting the target: By 2030, reduce Canada's total GHG emissions by 30%, relative to 2005 emission levels. Two decades of weak productivity, poor investment, exchange rate overvaluation, and strong global competition have taken a devastating toll. Wading through the headlines provides no clarity about the likelihood of a truce between the U.S. and China suggesting that the pressures on global trade flows will remain in place in early 2020.
The number of available workers would immediately start to drop—with the labour force declining by 0.1 per cent annually over the next few years, but the decline accentuating in later years. Greenhouse gas emissions by province and territory, Canada, 1990, 2005 and 2018. Canada has remained on the edges of the opportunity, with a handful of deals over the years in Alberta – the only deregulated electricity market with real potential.
The Trading Economics Application Programming Interface (API) provides direct access to our data. Looking forward the potential for future growth is significant – with over 10,000 MW of renewable energy projects in the queue and many corporate buyers actively shopping for deals 2020 could be the breakout year with projects and investments in Canada more than doubling. In calling this a chart-to-watch, I’m being a bit facetious: we only get the data via the Census, and the next data point (from the 2021 Census) won’t be available until sometime in 2022. Brendon Bernard, economist, Indeed Canada, @BrendonBernard_.
What’s more, the 43,000 cars sold was less than the sales volume in August 1969. Today it looks like this view was too complacent. This material is reviewed by external experts and Environment and Climate Change Canada officials, and finally submitted electronically to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, typically by mid-April. Martin Pelletier, portfolio manager, TriVest Wealth Counsel, @MPelletierCIO. After 11 years of recession and slow recovery, real GDP since 2007 has not risen any faster than during the 11 years after the Great Depression began in 1929 in Canada.
Policy makers continue to keep a watchful eye on household debt levels, and rightfully so. Note: Emission levels for some years have been revised in light of improvements to estimation methods and availability of new data. Share your thoughts with the hashtag #Chartapalooza and as always, enjoy.
Western Canada's unemployment rate fell from 6.9 percent to 6.3 percent in 2017, showing fairly balanced conditions that match the national average. Rising frustration and disappointment are increasingly directed at perceived failures of the federal government and Alberta politicians are happy to oblige. Canada gdp growth rate for 2017 was 3.17%, a 2.17% increase from 2016. WD also supports growing value-added production and access to international markets. Sébastien Lavoie, chief economist, Laurentian Bank Securities. One of my favourite charts explains why non-energy exports have been stagnant in the last 12 years.
Second, this matters for the data that governments use to make policy decisions, which increasingly comes from administrative records like tax returns. commercial and industrial property, machinery and equipment, linear property, and railways). The highest 2019 OECD corporate income tax rate is Portugal’s at 31.5 per cent so Canada is not far from the top of the ladder these days.
Regulators instituted tighter mortgage lending criteria led by the mortgage rate stress test for borrowers. Steve Lafleur and Ben Eisen, Fraser Institute, @Steve_Lafleur, @benkerteisen. In the same year, Canada’s deficit in vehicle trade was nearly $3 billion. While we can’t update this chart every month, it is still worth thinking (and indeed arguing) about. Data used to develop the emission and removal estimates presented in the National Inventory Report are drawn from published and unpublished sources from various government departments, industry sources and scientific papers. Regional real GDP growth expectations have been downgraded for 2020 as Canada’s economy grows at a muted and decelerating rate of 1.3 per cent. Each month when Statistics Canada releases its job numbers two numbers get all the attention as gauges of the health of the economy — the number of new jobs created or lost, and the unemployment rate. In 2012, Canada’s advantage was 7.1 percentage points. For the passenger transportation, the "Cars, light trucks and motorcycles" category was split into individual categories for "Cars" and "Light trucks" and the "Motorcycles" data was combined with the existing "Bus, rail and domestic aviation" category. Armine Yalnizyan, economist and the Atkinson Fellow on the Future of Workers, @ArmineYalnizyan. And of course, more people need more places to live – more housing. Oil producing provinces have faced a difficult five years. Service output is a component of the GDP of a nation. It only makes up five per cent of the financial conditions index, however – the ten-year Treasury yield and corporate bond spreads play a much bigger role, making up 45 and 40 per cent respectively. Greenhouse gas emissions from combustion-based electricity generation have decreased from 95 megatonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (Mt CO2 eq) in 1990 to 64 Mt CO2 eq in 2018. There are now roughly three trucks and SUVs sold for every car. Due a different allocation of emissions, greenhouse gas emissions from the freight transportation sector presented in the indicator slightly differ from the National Inventory Report. Without counting same-sex partners, the divergence between men’s and women’s levels of sexual activity would be even wider: in the 2015-16 CCHS, 2.7 percent of young adult women reported having a same-sex partner in the past year, compared to 3.0 percent of men. This scenario would feature a valuation effect on an unprecedented scale, raising the external wealth of the nation and (one hopes) acting as a stabilizer. Workplaces in all sectors need to adjust for longer working lives. Decreases in emissions per person and per unit of gross domestic product are attributable to a number of factors. An upturn in housing market activity began in early 2019 in response to lower mortgage rates and the recent home price decline. For the sixth straight year Maclean’s asked economists, analysts, investors and financial observers to each select a chart about Canada’s economy they feel will be particularly important to watch in 2020 and in their own words, explain why. The rate of multiple jobholding is also higher in Canada than in the U.S. (5.0 per cent), reflecting a generally higher rate of employment and part-time work in Canada, and perhaps more affordable daycare options. Alberta, emerging from two years of recession, returned to modest employment growth (+1.0%), but its unemployment rate (7.8%) remains far higher than it was before the recession. If Canadians don’t file a tax return, they can’t collect several benefits meant to help people in need even if they meet the eligibility rules.
In October, Governor Poloz highlighted that the underpinnings supporting the Canadian consumer remain firm. Challenges abound in many provinces, that have resulted in manufacturing shutdowns or layoffs, resulting in lower manufacturing capacity. When looking for “what to watch,” it is tempting to concentrate on the rapidly changing variables. The rate of contribution was below-average in Manitoba, average in Saskatchewan, and above-average in Alberta and British Columbia.
Lindsay M. Tedds, associate professor of economics and Scientific Director of Fiscal and Economic Policy, University of Calgary’s School of Public Policy, @LindsayTedds. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) estimates about 635,000 b/d of capacity was unavailable to western Canadian oil producers last year. In 2018, automakers sold 2.03 million vehicles in Canada, while five of them (FCA, Ford, GM, Honda, and Toyota) built 2.02 million vehicles. December 4, 2019.
If you are bullish on risk-assets, have a different reason than a constructive outlook for the economy — liquidity, momentum, or sentiment.
It’s been a great run for many of these companies, which have grown organically and through M&A. The service sector includes (but is not limited to) farm and factory related activities. More than 400,000 jobs were added from a year ago, led by services-oriented industries. This may reflect increasing numbers of women dating men older than they are, leaving more young men without partners. Excess inventories will have to be sold down since they are costly to finance and store. Quality assurance and quality control procedures ensure and improve transparency, consistency, comparability, completeness and confidence in the national emissions for the purpose of meeting Canada's reporting commitments under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
While many factors are at play, the three biggest weighing on Canada’s rate are demographics, sustained low real interest rates, and the housing boom (i.e., outlays on housing are crowding out savings to an extent, or even acting as a substitute).
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