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The Daily


Wednesday, February 21, 2007


Released at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time

Retail trade, December 2006 and annual 2006
Retailers posted their highest monthly sales gain in nine years in December, with widespread increases in all eight retail sectors. The year-end flourish, combined with hot sales in Alberta, pushed sales for 2006 as a whole to their strongest annual growth rate since 1997.

Study: Going to the doctor, 2005
More than three-quarters of Canadian adults aged 18 to 64 reported that they had consulted a medical doctor at least once in 2004, and one-quarter had seen a specialist. A new study sheds light on the factors that play a role in determining whether Canadians see a physician or specialist.

Study: Second or subsequent births to teenagers, 2003

Study: Young pensioners, 1989 to 2004

Large urban transit, December 2006 

Canadian Food Inspection Agency Employee Survey, 2006

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Perspectives on Labour and Income, February 2007 online edition

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