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How does the forest industry contribute to the economy? | Natural ...

http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/forests/report/economy/16517

Sep 27, 2017 ... A little under 10% of forest industry jobs are located in Atlantic Canada. While the
Canadian forest industry is a major employer nationwide, its economic
contributions are particularly important in many rural and Indigenous
communities, where forest-related work is often the main source of income and ...

Economics and Social Science Services Development Program for ...

http://www.agr.gc.ca/eng/about-us/careers/economics-and-social-science-services-development-program-for-policy-analysts-and-economists/?id=1505398277336

Oct 20, 2017 ... Economics and Social Science Services Development Program for policy
analysts and economists. The Economics and Social Science Services
Development Program (ECDP) is a professional development and
apprenticeship program (PDAP) at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. The
program is open to ...

Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada - Canada.ca

https://www.canada.ca/en/innovation-science-economic-development.html

2 days ago ... Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) works with
Canadians in all areas of the economy and in all parts of the country to improve
conditions for investment, ... The Industrial Technologies Office ( ITO ) advances
leading-edge research and development by Canadian industries.

Economic Statistics

https://www.statcan.gc.ca/eng/about/org/field3

Jul 24, 2017 ... Economic Statistics. Macroeconomic Accounts. National Economic Accounts;
International Trade, Accounts and Statistics; Public Sector Statistics; Industry
Accounts. Industry Statistics. Manufacturing and Wholesale Trade; Retail and
Service Industries; Enterprise Statistics. Economy-wide Statistics.

Economic Growth in Canada and the United States in the ...

http://publications.gc.ca/Collection/C21-26-2-2004E.pdf

The Industry Canada Research Publications Program provides a forum for the
analysis of key micro-economic challenges in the Canadian economy and
contributes to an informed public debate on these issues. Under the direction of
the Micro-. Economic Policy Analysis Branch, the Program's research paper
series ...

The Fishing Industry in Quebec - Socio-economic profile 2009

http://www.qc.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/peches-fisheries/statistiques-statistics/documents/analyses/ProfilSocioEconomique2009-eng.pdf

The Fishing Industry in Quebec - Socio-economic profile 2009 iv. CONTENTS.
CONTENTS iv. GRAPHS v. TABLES vii. MAPS vii. INTRODUCTION viii. 1. Socio-
economic profile of maritime Quebec. 1. 1.1 DEMOGRAPHIC CONTEXT. 1. 1.2
LEVEL OF EDUCATION. 3. 1.3 PARTICIPATION AND UNEMPLOYMENT RATES
. 4.

Northwest Territories - Invest in Canada

http://www.international.gc.ca/investors-investisseurs/cities-villes/north-nord/territories-territoires.aspx?lang=eng

Sep 7, 2017 ... A land of remarkable beauty and tremendous economic opportunity. The
Northwest Territories are the site of intense economic activity, as savvy investors
capitalize on incredible opportunities and a rich and diversified resource base.
The Northwest Territories' expanding industrial sectors include diamond ...

Policy & Economics :: Economic Value

http://www2.mar.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/pande/ecn/ns/e/ns7-e.asp

The Nova Scotia fishing industry (harvesting and processing) is a major source of
direct and indirect employment and income, and is the province's leading source
of export earnings. An important element of the industry's economic significance
derives from its rural location. Fishing and fish processing, together with the ...

Contact us - Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

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This page provides the phone and fax numbers and the email and mailing
addresses of the different departmental resources to contact about various topics.

A cannabis economic account – The framework

http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/13-605-x/2017001/article/54881-eng.htm

Nov 21, 2017 ... A cannabis economic account can extend the current production and
consumption boundaries to include the currently illegal production, sale and
consumption of cannabis. Second, Canada's industry and product classifications
currently do not have separate categories for cannabis industries or products.

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