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  Population
Mar 18, 2021
 
  GDP
May, 2021
 
  Investment
Feb 28, 2021
 
  Consumer Price Index
Jan 20, 2021
 
  Labour Force Survey
Feb 5, 2021
 
  Avg. Weekly Earnings
Jan 28, 2021
 
  Retail Trade
Jan 22, 2021
 
  Wholesale Trade
Jan 22, 2021
 
       
Population
45,074
Oct 2020
 
GDP ($2012 millions chained, in basic prices)
4,376
2019
 
Current Inflation Rate (12-month moving avg.)
0.3%
Nov 2020
 
Employment Rate
65.0%
Dec 2020
 
Average Weekly Earnings ($)
1,507
Oct 2020
 
Retail Trade (change from previous year)
10.5%
Oct 2020
 
Wholesale Trade (change from previous year)
-55.8%
Oct 2020
 

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What's New

 

Labour Force Survey - December 2020 (01/08/2021)
Employment in the Northwest Territories increased to 21,200 in December. This represents an employment rate of 65.0%, the highest in 2020. Meanwhile, the unemployment rate declined by 0.5 percentage points to 6.2%.
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Consumer Price Index - November 2020 (12/16/2020)
The Yellowknife All-Items Consumer Price Index in November 2020 fell by 0.5% compared to one year ago. By comparison, the annual price change was 1.0% for Canada, 1.2% for Edmonton and 0.7% for Whitehorse. Iqaluit experienced no change over the period.
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NWT Income - 2018 (12/04/2020)
2018 income data for the Northwest Territories is now available. Personal and family income information is avaialable for most communities.
Income

NWT Exports and Imports - 2019 (11/12/2020)
2019 exports and imports data for the Northwest Territories are now available.
Exports and Imports

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - 2019 (11/09/2020)
Between 2018 and 2019, GDP for the Northwest Territories fell by 8.0% and was one of only two jurisdictions to experience a decline in 2019. In contrast, Nunavut grew by 6.5% while Yukon rose by 0.8% over the same period.
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