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... the Canada-U.S. exchange rate will inevitably affect economic growth. There is
a tendency in Canada, however, to focus solely on the negative aspects of a
higher Canadian dollar. While certain industries will certainly be hurt by the
currency appreciation, other sectors of the Canadian economy will undoubtedly
Oct 26, 2017 ... The information on the number, size and location of establishments can be used
to assess the existing level of competition within the industry in your province/
territory. The table below shows the breakdown between employer and non-
employer or indeterminate establishments for each province and ...
of the regulatory review process, including public hearings;. • socio-economic
studies and reports prepared by government, industry or regional service
providers; and. • analysis of recent SEIAs for other mining and large industrial
projects. These sources indicate that the socio-economic value components to be
define and describe the B.C. oceans sector. ▫ estimate the direct industry, indirect
supplier. ▫ and induced consumer spending impacts of the B.C. oceans sector to
the province the study also reviews the economic potential of h some other ocean
sectors, in particular offshore oil & gas and offshore wind energy the study does ...
The Economic Input-Output Life Cycle Assessment (EIO-LCA) method estimates
the materials and energy resources required for, and the environmental ...
Results from using the EIO-LCA on-line tool provide guidance on the relative
impacts of different types of products, materials, services, or industries with
respect to ...
The strategy's socio-economic benefits. Two Government of Canada policies—
the Industrial and Regional Benefits Policy and the Industrial and Technological
Benefits Policy—ensure that Canadian industry benefits from Canada's defence
and security purchases. Under the Industrial and Regional Benefits Policy, Irving
The Housing Construction Industry: Challenges and Opportunities for the 21st
Century. This document is part of the 2003 Research Highlight — Socio-
economic Series. This study examines the evolution of the private new house
building and renovation construction industry in Canada in the 1990s, the
industry's current ...
Sep 12, 2002 ... The cultural, social, and economic importance of Pacific salmon have figured
prominently in the development of the seafood industry in British Columbia. For
decades, the commercial salmon industry played a dominant role in the
management of our freshwater and marine resources as well as the overall.
Oct 15, 2012 ... Since 2003, British Columbia and Alberta are among the economic leaders in
Canada. The energy sector continues to anchor Alberta's growth. Strong world
commodity prices boosted corporate earnings and led to record levels of
investment in exploration, development and the construction of industrial ...
Canadian economic and industrial policy for many decades. The importance
placed on regional development policy within Canada's federal system is
reflected by the inclusion of regional development policy and objectives in
Section 36 of the Constitution Act, 1982, which commits the federal and provincial
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