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  Population
Sep 25, 2024
 
  GDP
Nov 2024
 
  Investment
Feb 2025
 
  Consumer Price Index
Aug 20, 2024
 
  Labour Force Survey
Aug 9, 2024
 
  Avg. Weekly Earnings
Jul 25, 2024
 
  Retail Trade
Aug 23, 2024
 
  Wholesale Trade
Aug 15, 2024
 
       
Population
44,920
Apr 2024
 
GDP ($2012 millions chained, in basic prices)
4,251
2023
 
Current Inflation Rate (12-month moving avg.)
2.1%
Jun 2024
 
Employment Rate
66.6%
Jun 2024
 
Average Weekly Earnings ($)
1,687
Apr 2024
 
Retail Trade (change from previous year)
4.7%
May 2024
 
Wholesale Trade (change from previous year)
-30.2%
May 2024
 


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What's New

Consumer Price Index - June 2024 (07/16/2024)
Information released today by Statistics Canada indicates the Yellowknife All-Items Consumer Price Index in June rose by 1.8% compared to one year ago. By comparison, annual prices increased by 2.7% for Canada, 2.7% for Edmonton, 1.9% for Whitehorse and 1.0% for Iqaluit.
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Labour Force Survey Highlights - June 2024 (07/05/2024)
The employment rate in the Northwest Territories (NWT) was 66.6% in June 2024, a slight increase from 66.3% in May, and a 4.2 percentage point drop from 12 months prior. Meanwhile, the unemployment rate marginally increased from last month to 6.5% as a result of more people looking for work.
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Market Basket Measure - 2022 (06/19/2024)
Today Statistics Canada released 2022 poverty estimates for Yukon, Northwest Territories (NWT) and Nunavut using the Northern Market Basket Measure (MBM-N). Estimates for 2022 indicate 17.1% of the NWT population, or approximately 7,300 people, were in poverty. Due to variability of survey data, this estimate could be anywhere between 12.7% (lower bound) and 21.6% (upper bound).
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Northwest Territories Population by Age and Gender - April 2024 (06/19/2024)
On April 1, 2024 Statistics Canada estimated that 44,920 people were living in the Northwest Territories. Between April 1, 2023 and April 1, 2024, the population in the Northwest Territories increased by 242 persons.
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Gross Domestic Product, Northwest Territories - 2023 Initial (05/01/2024)
Statistics Canada has released initial 2023 industry level estimates of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at basic prices in chained (2012) dollars. Changes in chained dollar GDP estimates only reflect the change in the quantities of goods and services produced, not their prices. In 2023, the NWT economy was relatively flat, contracting by 0.1% between 2022 and 2023.
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Capital Expenditure Investments - 2024 Intentions (02/27/2024)
Statistics Canada has released 2024 investment intentions for private and public capital expenditures for Canada, the provinces and territories. Compared to 2023, overall 2024 capital expenditures for the Northwest Territories are expected to decrease by 11.2% to $898.8 million. Public expenditures are expected to decrease by 5.6% in 2024, while private expenditures are expected to decrease by 24.5%.
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