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Current Indicators
 
Upcoming Releases
       
  Population
Sept 2015
 
  GDP
Nov 2015
 
  Investment
Feb 2016
 
  Consumer Price Index
Aug 21, 2015
 
  Labour Force Survey
Aug 7, 2015
 
  Avg. Weekly Earnings
Jul 30, 2015
 
  Retail Trade
Aug 21, 2015
 
  Wholesale Trade
Aug 20, 2015
 
       
Population
43,234
Apr 2015
 
GDP ($2007 millions chained, in basic prices)
3,830
2014
 
Current Inflation Rate (12-month moving avg.)
1.5%
Jun 2015
 
Employment Rate
69.6%
Jun 2015
 
Average Weekly Earnings ($)
1,439
Apr 2015
 
Retail Trade (change from previous year)
5.0%
May 2015
 
Wholesale Trade (change from previous year)
-1.5%
May 2015
 
       
What's New

 

Consumer Price Index - June 2015 (07/17/2015)
Information released today by Statistics Canada indicates that the Yellowknife All-Items Consumer Price Index rose 2.0% compared to one year ago. By comparison, the annual price increase was 1.0% for Canada, 1.5% for Edmonton while prices in Whitehorse declined by 0.2%.
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Labour Force Survey - June 2015 (07/10/2015)
Statistics Canada estimates that in June 2015, out of 31,900 residents 15 years of age and older 22,200 persons were employed in the Northwest Territories. This represents an employment rate of 69.6% while nationally, Canada's employment rate was 61.7%
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2015 Private and Public Capital Expenditures (07/06/2015)
Statistics Canada has released 2015 investment intentions for private and public capital expenditures for Canada, the provinces and territories. Compared to 2014, overall 2015 capital expenditures for the Northwest Territories are expected to increase by 26.0%, to $1,385.7 million.
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Quarterly Population Estimates - April 2015 (06/17/2015)
On April 1, 2015, Statistics Canada estimated the population of the Northwest Territories to be 43,234 persons, a decrease of 1.1% from one year ago. By comparison, Canada's population grew by 0.9% over the same period.
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Gross Domestic Product - 2014 Preliminary (04/28/2015)
Between 2013 and 2014, GDP for the Northwest Territories rose by 6.8%, the highest growth among all provinces and territories.
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2011 National Household Survey - Education and Labour Market (06/26/2013)
Today, Statistics Canada released information on education and labour market activity from the 2011 National Household Survey. In 2011, the Northwest Territories (NWT) had the second highest participation rate (75.4%) and the third highest employment rate (66.8%) amongst all provinces and territories.
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2011 Census - Languages (10/26/2012)
Recently, Statistics Canada released information on languages from the 2011 Census. While Canada has two official languages, English & French, the Northwest Territories has 11 official languages; the Census is an important tool to gauge the vitality of these languages.
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