The Daily Thursday, August 13, 2020
Study: Changes in the socioeconomic situation of Canada’s Black population
This study is released in the context of the United Nations’ International Decade for People of African Descent and presents a wide range of disaggregated information and socioeconomic data on the Black population in Canada, showing the differences that exist compared with the rest of the working-age population.
Pension plans in Canada, as of January 1, 2019
Active membership in registered pension plans (RPPs) in Canada surpassed 6.4 million in 2018, up 1.3%, or nearly 85,000 members, from 2017.
Canadian business counts, June 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has radically altered the business landscape since mid-March. Some businesses remain closed, many reopened in May and June to a completely new business environment, and some businesses have grown.
Stocks of frozen and chilled meats, July 1, 2020
Data on stocks of frozen and chilled meats for the third quarter were collected after the COVID-19 pandemic began. There were some disruptions in the food supply chain, with temporary closures and reductions in production at slaughter and meat processing facilities, due to the COVID-19, affecting the stocks of frozen and chilled meats.