Les mouvements mensuels de l’emploi et du taux de chômage reflètent les effets des restrictions, de leur retrait graduel et des réponses des gouvernements, des entreprises et des particuliers. Les graphiques et la ligne du temps présentés illustrent ces évolutions.
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.
Number of deaths per week from all causes for the period from 2010 to 2021. In addition to the total, results are presented by sex, three age groups, and three regional groupings.
The Territorial Division Directory provides information on provincial and federal administrative divisions, as well as part of Statistics Canada’s Census geography.
In Québec, in the fourth quarter of 2020, employment continued its upward trend that started in the third quarter and reached 97.5% of the level observed in the last quarter of 2019, i.e. before the pandemic. Québec had the lowest unemployment rate (7.2%) of all the provinces compared.
Presentation of 12 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 compliance with the System of Environmental-Eeconomic Accounting, this account presents GHG emissions from various sources.