Québec’s and Canada’s economic conditions.
Annual, monthly and weekly results (screenings, attendance and revenues), 1985 to 2023
Monthly, quarterly and annual data on GDP, employment, exports and more. Updated daily.
Data come from Statistics Canada’s Postsecondary Student Information System (PSIS), which covers all public and private not-for-profit postsecondary institutions that receive public funding in Canada.
Short highlights and data are presented in the form of graphs to provide a better understanding of the situation of young people in Québec.
In Québec, material productivity stood at $1,504/tonne in 2019, down from $1,788/tonne in 2016.
Presentation of 13 indicators used to monitor Québec’s progress towards a green economy, according to the following themes: clean technologies, environmentally responsible business practices, green jobs, and the circular economy.
What are the factors associated with social engagement and non-electoral political participation among young adults born in Québec?