5 percent in the third quarter of this year, led by stronger exports and housing investment, said Statistics Canada .
What does STATSCAN stand for?
STATSCAN stands for Statistics Canada (government)
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The Canadian Health Measures Survey of 5,600 Canadians aged six to 79 years, conducted by Statistics Canada between 2007 and 2009, found Canadian teens had the highest concentrations of BPA while the elderly had the lowest.
Statistics Canada released their latest inflation report, and the results initially pushed the Canadian dollar higher, but a rebound in the US dollar later in the day cut those gains short.
Federal government agency Statistics Canada said the increase in Canadian beer exports have far exceeded the slight rise in American beer imported to Canada, resulting in the beer trade surplus.
are pleased to announce that Statistics Canada has acquired licenses for the NESSTAR suite of software.
August 2003 Statistics Canada moved in to disprove this and reassure those who fear declining population numbers.
Updated information from Statistics Canada now reveals that the missed population on the 30 Indian reserves that did not participate in or were incompletely enumerated by the 2001 Census is estimated at about 30,000 Aboriginal people.
Statistics Canada also receives guidance from provincial governments and the private sector.