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The Daily Monday, March 20, 2017
March 20, 2017
Wholesale trade, January 2017
Wholesale sales rose 3.3% to a record high $59.1 billion in January. This was the largest monthly percentage gain since November 2009, when wholesale sales rose 3.8%. Sales were up in four of seven subsectors, representing 55% of total wholesale sales.
Travel between Canada and other countries, January 2017
US travellers made 2.0 million trips to Canada in January, up 3.6% from December and the highest number for the month since 2007. Trips to Canada by car, which account for two-thirds of all trips by American residents, rose 4.8%, offsetting a 5.1% decline in December. Both Manitoba (+21.9%) and Saskatchewan (+11.6%) saw increases in US travellers in January, after declines in December that may have been related to severe weather conditions.
Pipeline transportation of oil and other liquid petroleum products, January 2017
Opening inventories of crude oil and equivalent products held in pipelines and terminals totalled 12.3 million cubic metres in January.
Study: Associations between breastfeeding and select health outcomes for off-reserve First Nations, Métis, and Inuit children in Canada
Past research has shown that breastfeeding is related to positive health outcomes among infants and children, but less is known about the possible benefits of breastfeeding among specific groups of Aboriginal children.
Households and the Environment Survey: Dwelling characteristics, 2015
Data from the Households and the Environment Survey pertaining to detailed dwelling characteristics are now available. These data include information on dwelling characteristics, household appliances and heating and cooling. Custom tabulations are available upon request.
Exports of grains by final destination, January 2017
Data on exports of grains by final destination are now available for January.
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