Infographic 2
Top contributing sectors to the percentage change in provincial and territorial gross domestic product in 2022

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Infographic description

The title of the infographic is "Top contributing sectors to the percentage change in provincial and territorial gross domestic product in 2022"

This is a map of Canada showing the highest contribution by sector to the percentage change in real gross domestic product (GDP) in each province and territory in 2022.

In Newfoundland and Labrador, the mining, quarrying and oil and gas extraction sector contributed -3.07 percentage points to the percentage change in real GDP.

In Prince Edward Island, the manufacturing sector contributed 0.75 percentage points to the percentage change in real GDP.

In Nova Scotia, the construction sector contributed 0.72 percentage points to the percentage change in real GDP.

In New Brunswick, the public administration sector contributed 0.39 percentage points to the percentage change in real GDP.

In Quebec, the professional, scientific and technical services sector contributed 0.45 percentage points to the percentage change in real GDP.

In Ontario, the professional, scientific and technical services sector contributed 0.66 percentage points to the percentage change in real GDP.

In Manitoba, the agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting sector contributed 0.85 percentage points to the percentage change in real GDP.

In Saskatchewan, the agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting sector contributed 3.09 percentage points to the percentage change in real GDP.

In Alberta, the mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction sector contributed 1.36 percentage points to the percentage change in real GDP.

In British Columbia, the construction sector contributed 0.57 percentage points to the percentage change in real GDP.

In Yukon, the construction sector contributed 1.56 percentage points to the percentage change in real GDP.

In the Northwest Territories, the construction sector contributed 1.32 percentage points to the percentage change in real GDP.

In Nunavut, the mining, quarrying and oil and gas extraction sector contributed 2.12 percentage points to the percentage change in real GDP.

Source(s): Table 36-10-0402-01.

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