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.
In Québec, material productivity stood at $1,504/tonne in 2019, down from $1,788/tonne in 2016.
Detailed results of the comparison of salaries, non-wage benefits, and total compensation of Québec government employees with those of all other Québec employees working in businesses with 200 or more employees.
Statistics on the provinces, the territories, and Canada on topics like population, immigration, Canadian francophonie, the economy and legislatures, demography, manpower, interprovincial and international trade, investment, public finance and federal transfers.
This monthly issue presents recent developments in economic activity by industry for Québec as a whole. This publication is available approximately two and a half months after the month concerned.
Payroll employment in selected cultural and communications industries according to the Survey of Employment, Payrolls and Hours (SEPH), Payrolls and Hours (SEPH), Canada and provinces
These tables contain annual statistics on Québec public libraries, including on acquisition expenditures, library holdings, population served and services rendered, as well as a range of data on the documentary, human and financial resources of Québec public libraries.
En comparant le nombre total de décès observés à celui attendu normalement, on peut estimer l’effet d’une période de crise sur la mortalité. L’analyse de la surmortalité s’est imposée durant la pandémie de COVID-19 comme une approche permettant de meilleures comparaisons entre régions ou pays.
Data presented: 2011 to 2020.