The Daily Friday, March 15, 2019
Monthly Survey of Manufacturing, January 2019
Manufacturing sales increased 1.0% to $57.1 billion in January, following three consecutive monthly decreases. Higher sales in the food as well as the electrical equipment, appliance and component industries were the main contributors to the gains in January.
Supply and disposition of refined petroleum products, December 2018
Refinery receipts of crude oil and refinery production decreased in December, while domestic sales of refined petroleum products increased compared with the same month in 2017.
Commodity flows by mode in Canada: Canadian Freight Analysis Framework, 2016
In 2016, 67.6 million shipments were made by the air, for-hire trucking and rail industries.
Annual wholesale trade, 2017
Wholesalers across Canada buy and sell a wide variety of commodities, ranging from petroleum products, motor vehicles, pharmaceuticals, wood products and clothing to a large selection of food products.
Film, television and video production, 2017
The film, television, and video production industry reported $8.3 billion in operating revenue in 2017, up 22.6% from 2015. Businesses in British Columbia (40.2%), Ontario (32.9%) and Quebec (21.6%) generated most of the revenue in 2017.
Transportation Data and Information Hub: “Activity indicators – Transportation Data and Information Hub”
Catalogue number Catalogue number50-502-X2018001, (HTML)
Transportation Data and Information Hub: “Selected components of the transportation system in Canada”
Catalogue number Catalogue number50-502-X2018002, (HTML)
Transportation Data and Information Hub: “Performance indicators – Transportation Data and Information Hub”
Catalogue number Catalogue number50-502-X2018003, (HTML)
Canadian Freight Analysis Framework, 2011-2016
Catalogue number Catalogue number50-503-X, (HTML)
Aboriginal Peoples Technical Report, Census of Population, 2016
Catalogue number Catalogue number98-307-X, (HTML | PDF)