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Thursday, October 17, 2019

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Manufacturing

Monthly Survey of Manufacturing, August 2019

Manufacturing sales rose 0.8% to $57.6 billion in August, following two consecutive monthly declines. The transportation equipment and fabricated metal industries were mainly responsible for the growth in August.

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Economic accounts

Experimental monthly estimates of international trade in services, August 2019

Experimental estimates of Canada's international trade in services are now available upon request. This month's release includes data for August, as well as revised figures for January to July 2019.

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Education, training and learning

Study: Does reading proficiency at age 15 affect employment earnings in young adulthood?

Statistics Canada is releasing a new study, "Does reading proficiency at age 15 affect employment earnings in young adulthood?," as part of the Insights on Canadian Society (75-006-X).

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Insights on Canadian Society

Catalogue number Catalogue number75-006-X, (HTML | PDF)

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