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Updated daily, this document contains Prince Edward Island economic indicators on the following statistical information: Consumer Price Index Labour Force Statistics Gross Domestic Product, Income and Expenditure Based Gross Domestic Product By Industry Farm Income & Farm Cash Receipts...
Updated daily, provides a one page overview on monthly/quarterly, year-to-date, and annual statistics for Prince Edward Island for a number of topics including: population labour SEPH employment consumer price index average weekly earnings employment insurance international exports manufacturing...
Updated daily, this document contains Canadian economic indicators on the following statistical information: Consumer Price Index Labour Force Statistics Gross Domestic Product, Income and Expenditure Based Gross Domestic Product By Industry Farm Income & Farm Cash Receipts Manufacturing Sales...
This data, from Statistics Canada, describes the year-over-year change in the, All-Items Consumer Price Index for PEI.
Consumer Price Index, April 2020, This monthly release of the, The Consumer Price Index (CPI), for Canada, the provinces, Whitehorse and Yellowknife, provides a descriptive summary of retail price movements, inflation rates and the factors underlying them., PEI and Canada Consumer Price Index, All-...
Provides a monthly provincial analysis of labour market statistics based on the results of Statistics Canada's Labour Force Survey (LFS).
Labour Force Survey, April 2020, released May 8, 2020 Statistics Canada is closely monitoring the impacts of COVID-19 (also known as the novel coronavirus) on the Canadian labour market. Following a drop of over one million in March, national employment fell by nearly two million in April, bringing...
Today, the Province of Prince Edward Island announced additional investments to support essential workers, small businesses, and the fishing and aquaculture industries as the province moves into its renewal phase of the pandemic. This includes a wage top-up for certain essential workers, support...
Due to the Public Health Emergency of COVID-19, property tax relief measures are now in place, including the option to defer property tax payment. The measures include the following: deferring provincial property tax and fee payments until December 31, 2020; extending property assessment appeal...
In response to the recommendations of the Chief Public Health Officer, the Tax Office is closed to the public until further notice. We, are, still providing service to our clients by phone or email. Please call (902) 368-4070 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.