The Daily Tuesday, December 20, 2022

Press Release

Consumer Price Index, November 2022

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 6.8% on a year-over-year basis in November, following a 6.9% increase in October. On a seasonally adjusted monthly basis, the CPI increased 0.4% in November.

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Annual wholesale trade, 2021

The operating revenue of Canadian wholesalers increased 20.0%, rising from $1.1 trillion in 2020 to $1.3 trillion in 2021. This increase was primarily due to the petroleum and petroleum products (+42.8%) and the building material and supplies (+30.7%) subsectors, which experienced substantial increases.

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Railway carloadings, October 2022

In October, the volume of cargo carried by Canadian railways totalled 32.8 million tonnes of freight, up slightly (+0.5%) from October 2021.

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Monthly civil aviation statistics, October 2022

Major Canadian airlines carried 6.0 million passengers on scheduled and charter services in October, almost double the number of passengers carried in the same month in 2021 and 90.6% of the October 2019 level, before the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Aircraft movement statistics: Major and select small airports, October 2022

In October, Canada’s major and select small airports recorded a total of 482,359 aircraft movements. This was an increase of 12.5% from October 2021 and was 89.5% of the level from October 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Weekly aircraft movements, December 3 to 9, 2022

Weekly data on aircraft itinerant movements are now available for December 3 to 9, 2022.

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Canada’s population estimates, third quarter 2022

Canada’s population was estimated at 39,292,355 people on October 1, 2022, an increase of 362,453 people (+0.9%) from July 1, 2022. This was the highest quarterly population growth rate since the second quarter of 1957 (+1.2%). At the time, Canada’s population was 16.7 million people and it increased by 198,000 people. This rapid population growth was related to the high number of births during the post-war baby boom and the high immigration of refugees following the Hungarian Revolution in 1956.

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Factors associated with eye care in Canada

From 2016 to 2019, 75% of people diagnosed with diabetes visited an eye care professional during the previous year. While it is well known that diabetes is a condition that requires regular visits to an eye specialist, less is known about the need for visits by people without diabetes. The article “Sociodemographic and endogenous factors associated with access to eye care in Canada, 2016 to 2019” used data from two cycles of the Canadian Health Measures Survey to assess the importance of factors, such as the presence of an eye disease or encouragement by a doctor, and sociodemographic variables to the likelihood of having visited an eye specialist in the previous year.

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