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Market Research Handbook

2008

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Table 8.1 Number of establishments, by industry (NAICS) and employment size, December 2005 for Canada
Table 8.2-1 Employment change based on average labour unit (ALU), by business size and life status, Canada, provinces and territories, study period 2002 to 2003
Table 8.2-2 Employment change based on average labour unit (ALU), by life status, Canada, provinces and territories, study period 2002 to 2003
Table 8.2-3 Employment change based on average labour unit (ALU), by business size and life status, Canada, provinces and territories, study period 2003 to 2004
Table 8.2-4 Employment change based on average labour unit (ALU), by life status, Canada, provinces and territories, study period 2003 to 2004
Table 8.3 Total retail sales, by trade group, Canada, provinces and territories
Table 8.4 Per capita retail sales, by province and by trade group
Table 8.5 Home centres and hardware store sales
Table 8.6 Total retail value of new motor vehicles sold, Canada, provinces and territories
Table 8.7 Sales of new motor vehicles, by type of vehicle and origin of manufacture, Canada
Table 8.8 Value of sales alcoholic beverages, Canada, provinces and territories
Table 8.9 Volume of sales of alcoholic beverages, Canada, provinces and territories
Table 8.10 Food Services and Drinking Places receipts, Canada, provinces and territories, 2006
Table 8.11 Number of establishments of accomodation service industries, Canada, provinces and territories
Table 8.12 Operating revenue for accomodation service industries, Canada, provinces and territories
Table 8.13 Summary statistics computer systems design and related services, Canada, provinces and territories
Table 8.14 Total operating revenue for selected business service industries, provinces and territories, 2005
Table 8.15 Canadian business services summary statistics 2005
Table 8.16 Life insurance purchases, by type of insurance, selected years, 1960 to 2006
Table 8.17 Wholesale merchant, principal statistics, by industry
Table 8.18 Principal statistics on manufacturing industries1,2,3,4,5, Canada, provinces and territories
Table 8.19 Revenue from goods manufactured1,2,3,4,5, Canada, by sub-sector (NAICS)
Table 8.20 Revenue from goods manufactured1,2,3,4,5, Canada, provinces and territories
Table 8.21 Principal statistics by employment size group, Canada, by sub-sectors (NAICS), 2005
Table 8.22 Operating revenue according to type of service, for computer systems design and related services, Canada, provinces and territories
Table 8.23 Summary statistics for internet service providers (NAICS 518111), Canada
Table 8.24 Revenue by type of service, Internet service providers (NAICS 518111), Canada
Table 8.25 Summary statistics for architectural services industry, Canada, provinces and territories
Table 8.26 Summary statistics for engineering services industry, Canada, provinces and territories
Table 8.27 Real estate agents, brokers, appraisers and other real estate activities industries, selected expenditures as a percentage of operating revenue, Canada, provinces and territories
Table 8.28 Advertising and related services revenue and expenses, Canada, provinces and territories
Table 8.29-1 Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting
Table 8.29-2 Mining and oil and gas extraction
Table 8.29-3 Utilities
Table 8.29-4 Construction
Table 8.29-5 Manufacturing
Table 8.29-6 Wholesale trade
Table 8.29-7 Retail trade
Table 8.29-8 Transportation and warehousing
Table 8.29-9 Information and cultural industries
Table 8.29-10 Finance and insurance
Table 8.29-11 Real estate and rental and leasing
Table 8.29-12 Professional, scientific and technical services
Table 8.29-13 Management of companies and enterprises
Table 8.29-14 Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services
Table 8.29-15 Educational services
Table 8.29-16 Health care and social assistance
Table 8.29-17 Arts, entertainment and recreation
Table 8.29-18 Accommodation and food services
Table 8.29-19 Other services (except public administration)
Table 8.29-20 Public sector
Table 8.29-21 Private sector
Table 8.29-22 Public administration
Table 8.30 Enterprises that have a Web site on the Internet, by industry, Canada
Table 8.31 Enterprises that purchase over the Internet, with or without online payment, by industry, Canada
Table 8.32-1 Intramural expenditures
Table 8.32-2 Current expenditures
Table 8.32-3 Wages and salaries
Table 8.32-4 Other current expenditures
Table 8.32-5 Capital expenditures
Table 8.33 Operating and financial detail for the privately owned radio industry, Canada
Table 8.34 Characteristics of the waste management industry, 2004
Table 8.35 Capital expenditures on environmental protection by type of activity and industry
Table 8.36 Revenues from sales of environmental goods and services, by industry, 2004
Table 8.37 Innovative biotechnology firms by size, sector and province