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Economic reports and statistics that are relevant to Saskatchewan are prepared by the Saskatchewan Bureau of Statistics following the availability of new or revised information.
Every month Statistics Canada publishes the results of the Labour Force Survey (LFS). The LFS is the timeliest tool used in assessing the health of the economy. The data is highly valued by investors, businesses and governments. Each month on the day the LFS is released, the Saskatchewan Bureau of Statistics prepares a detailed report outlining some relevant statistics for Saskatchewan.
Previous LFS reports are available at the Publications Centre.
Every month, Statistics Canada publishes the Consumer Price Index (CPI). The CPI tracks the changes in prices of consumer goods, such as food, gasoline and clothes. Each month on the day the CPI is released, the Saskatchewan Bureau of Statistics prepares a detailed report outlining some of the relevant changes in the CPI for Saskatchewan.
Previous monthly CPI reports are available at the Publications Centre.
Annual summaries of CPI statistics released by the Bureau provide annual average CPI statistics for Saskatchewan and other geographic regions of Canada.
The Monthly Statistical Review is a compendium of tables and graphs which track changes in topics relevant to life in Saskatchewan. The Monthly Statistical review has been in continuous publication since 1974.
Previous Monthly Statistical Reviews are available at the Publications Centre.
The Economic Review is an annual publication highlighting major developments and trends in Saskatchewan's economy. The Economic Review consists of two parts: a write up, which highlights the status, events and milestones in the provincial economy, and a compendium of tables and graphs, which presents information on a wide variety of topics.
The Economic Review has been in continuous publication since 1951. It is useful for providing both a contemporary and historical context for Saskatchewan.
Previous Economic Review documents are available at the Publications Centre.
The Saskatchewan Provincial Economic Accounts provide Gross Domestic Product (GDP) statistics for Saskatchewan. Economic accounts are a set of statistical statements that provide different perspectives and estimates of productive economic activity. They translate statistics and information related to economic activity such as income, expenditure and production into a consistent framework based on internationally accepted economic concepts and principles.
In addition to economic statistics, the accounts contain an overview and highlights of recent economic activity in Saskatchewan, a summary of revisions from the last edition, and an overview of basic economic accounting concepts.
Previous Saskatchewan Provincial Economic Accounts documents are available at the Publications Centre.
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