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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Released at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time

Principal field crops, July 2011 

Prairie farmers anticipate a record harvest of canola, as well as higher volumes of barley, oats and wheat compared with 2010. Farmers in Ontario and Quebec anticipate a smaller crop of corn for grain in 2011.

Study: Commuting to work, 2010

Canadian commuters took an average of 26 minutes to travel to work on a typical day in 2010, including all modes of transportation. The average commuting time was longest in the six largest census metropolitan areas, each of which has a population of more than 1 million.

Farm cash receipts, first half of 2011

Study: University completion by parents' educational attainment, 2009

Characteristics of international overnight travellers, first quarter 2011 

Large urban transit, June 2011 

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