The Daily Wednesday, February 26, 2020

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Police-reported hate crime, 2018

In 2018, there were 1,798 police-reported hate crimes in Canada, down 13% from the record-high of 2,073 incidents reported in 2017.

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Reasons for not voting in the federal election, October 21, 2019

Just over three-quarters (77%) of Canadians reported voting in the 2019 federal election, unchanged from the 2015 election.

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National Travel Survey, third quarter 2019

During the summer (July to September), typically the peak season for travel, Canadian residents made 101.5 million trips within Canada and abroad, up 1.5% from the third quarter a year earlier.

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Visitor Travel Survey, third quarter 2019

Canada welcomed 12.5 million international travellers in the third quarter, up 4.8% from the same quarter a year earlier. Just over three-quarters of all international travellers to Canada came from the United States. The third quarter of the year is typically the busiest for international travel to Canada.

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Railway carloadings, December 2019

Canadian railways transported 32.4 million tonnes of freight in December, down slightly (-0.8%) from December 2018. This marked the fourth consecutive month of a year-over-year decline and the first decrease reported for the month of December in 10 years.

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Dairy statistics, December 2019

The total amount of milk sold off farms increased 1.3% year over year to 779 213 kilolitres in December. Meanwhile, milk sold off farms for fluid purposes decreased 0.4% to 236 223 kilolitres. Milk sold off farms for industrial purposes increased 2.1% year over year to 542 989 kilolitres.

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Freight Rail Services Price Index, January 2020

The Freight Rail Services Price Index (FRSPI) decreased 0.2% in January, following a 0.2% decline in December 2019.

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