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Each row in this dataset reports on the wholesale market prices (lowest, highest) on a weekly basis, of a package and grade of a specific variety of a commodity, from a given originating country and/or province or state.
The sales of all goods purchased for resale, minus returns and discounts. The retail trade sector includes companies engaged primarily in retailing merchandise.
These data files detail the differences in wholesale cost of gasoline and diesel between two major trading hubs: * Toronto and New York Harbor * Thunder Bay and Edmonton. Prices are listed in cents per litre.
2019: This report provides a comprehensive summary of the main developments in Canada’s commercial activities during the previous year. It describes the events that took place in the global economy and trade in 2018, the main developments in Canada’s economy and those of its most important partner economies and regions. It reports the developments in Canada’s trade in goods and services, as well as flows and stocks of foreign direct investment and Canadian direct investment abroad. 2020: This report gives Canadians a snapshot of our economic activities in 2019 while recognizing the unprecedented global uncertainty of 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In over 150 offices around the world and across Canada, our trade commissioners provide expert advice and problem-solving skills—whether you export, or partner or invest abroad. This data set includes the names, location, contact information and sectors of responsibility of Canadian Trade Commissioners.
A listing of public schools offering Skilled Trades programming. Includes school board, school, civic address and mailing address.
The total number of apprentices registered by trade and by year for the last six calendar years. Includes averages and per cent changes.
[ARCHIVED] The Province of Nova Scotia recognizes the importance of foreign engagement and regularly engages in government to government and government to business relations globally. In order to ensure that effective and positive international government relations are developed and maintained, the Nova Scotia Department of Intergovernmental Affairs has been mandated to foster and promote intergovernmental /international relations globally. Developing and enhancing meaningful intergovernmental/international relationships is an incremental process. Intergovernmental/international relations can be achieved through a number of primary activities: out-bound trade and business missions; incoming trade and business missions; and Nova Scotia government to foreign government/foreign business promotion.
The Canada-European Union (EU) Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA or Agreement) is a comprehensive agreement that covers virtually all sectors and aspects of Canada-EU trade. The Agreement provisionally entered into force on September 21, 2017, and has eliminated or reduced barriers to trade, established and strengthened the trade rules that govern bilateral trade. This report reviews the two partners’ trade performance three years after CETA provisionally came into effect. In particular, it compares trade performance in year 2016 (pre-CETA provisional application) with year 2019 (post-CETA provisional application and pre-COVID 19 pandemic).
These tables contain statistical information on Canadian registered trade completers gathered between three and seven years after completing their education. The three tables in the dataset focus on the registered trade completers’ satisfaction with their current job security, their satisfaction with their earnings from their current job, and their pursuit of further training or education after completion. The data was extracted by Statistics Canada and modified by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC). Statistical information on registered trade completers is reported at the national level by trade field of study.