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2016 Back Issues

January 2016 - Sask Trends Monitor

This issue has a summary of the rental market in Saskatchewan and consumer price inflation for 2015. Also included is a comparison of the impact of low commodity prices on the oil-producing provinces - Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Newfoundland.
Volume XXXIII Number 1 ISSN 0830 - 0143

February 2016 - Sask Trends Monitor

The increase in immigration to Saskatchewan is arguably the most important demographic story of the decade. This issue looks at what has happened in the province.
Volume XXXIII Number 2 ISSN 0830 - 0143

March 2016 - Sask Trends Monitor

Analysis of public sector spending is difficult without reliable data. This issue examines the new Canadian Government Finance System (CGFS) developed by Statistics Canada to track public sector spending in Canada.
Volume XXXIII Number 3 ISSN 0830 - 0143

April 2016 - Sask Trends Monitor

This issue has information about the 2015 survey of capital investment intentions for 2016. It also has a breakdown of the contribution that each industry makes to the overall economy and the outlook for student summer jobs.
Volume XXXIII Number 4 ISSN 0830 - 0143

May 2016 - Sask Trends Monitor

In the first of three articles about productivity, this issue looks at labour productivity. There are also short articles about farm incomes and recent population figures.
Volume XXXIII Number 5 ISSN 0830 - 0143

June 2016 - Sask Trends Monitor

Personal and household income figures for 2014 demonstrate the impact that the strong economy had. Income inequality and povery rates are included in the analysis.
Volume XXXIII Number 6 ISSN 0830 - 0143

July 2016 - Sask Trends Monitor

After more than ten years of declining crime rates, there was a sharp increase in 2015. Police-reported crime has increased in severity, in most parts of the province, and in most kinds of crime. Shorter articles looked at income by city and how the labour market has weakened in the past six months.
Volume XXXIII Number 7 ISSN 0830 - 0143

August 2016 - Sask Trends Monitor

In the second of three articles about productivity, this issue looks at capital productivity. There is also information about the number of employers in the province and an outlook for the 2016 grain crop.
Volume XXXIII Number 8 ISSN 0830 - 0143

September 2016 - Sask Trends Monitor

In the third of three articles about productivity, this issue looks at total factor productivity. Experimental data on sub-provincial flows of goods is examined.
Volume XXXIII Number 9 ISSN 0830 - 0143

October 2016 - Sask Trends Monitor

With the election of a protectionist government in the USA, Saskatchewan's relationship with our largest trading partner is at risk. This article looks at the available data on interprovincial and international trade.
Volume XXXIII Number 10 ISSN 0830 - 0143

November 2016 - Sask Trends Monitor

This issue has a summary of the rental market in Saskatchewan and consumer price inflation for 2015. Also included is a comparison of the impact of low commodity prices on the oil-producing provinces - Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Newfoundland.
Volume XXXIII Number 11 ISSN 0830 - 0143

Decmeber 2016 - Sask Trends Monitor

The annual labour market review is in this issue.
Volume XXXIII Number 12 ISSN 0830 - 0143

2015 Back Issues

January 2015 - Sask Trends Monitor

This issue compares the impact of the 2015 drop in oil-prices to the drop in 2009. It also has an annual review of inflation and building permits.
Volume XXXII Number 1 ISSN 0830 - 0143

February 2015 - Sask Trends Monitor

Articles in this issue look at recent demographic trends and a summary of farm product prices in 2014. A lighter article shows Manitoba has the best male curlers and Saskatchewan the best female ones.
Volume XXXII Number 2 ISSN 0830 - 0143

March 2015 - Sask Trends Monitor

In the first of a series of seven regional profiles, this issue has an economic and demographic profile of Northern Saskatchewan. 
Volume XXXII Number 3 ISSN 0830 - 0143

April 2015 - Sask Trends Monitor

This issue has an economic and demographic profile of West Central Saskatchewan. Volume XXXII Number 4 ISSN 0830 - 0143

May 2015 - Sask Trends Monitor

This issue has an economic and demographic profile of East Central Saskatchewan.
Volume XXXII Number 5 ISSN 0830 - 0143

June 2015 - Sask Trends Monitor

This issue has an economic and demographic profile of Southeast Saskatchewan and an analysis of capital investment intentions for 2015. 
Volume XXXII Number 6 ISSN 0830 - 0143

July 2015 - Sask Trends Monitor

This issue has an economic and demographic profile of Southwest Saskatchewan. 
Volume XXXII Number 7 ISSN 0830 - 0143

August 2015 - Sask Trends Monitor

This issue has an economic and demographic profile of the Regina Metropolitan Area. 
Volume XXXII Number 8 ISSN 0830 - 0143

September 2015 - Sask Trends Monitor

This issue has an economic and demographic profile of the Saskatoon Metropolitan Area. 
Volume XXXII Number 9 ISSN 0830 - 0143

October 2015 - Sask Trends Monitor

This issue has an overview of the state of the provincial economy one year after the dramatic drop in commodity prices. It also has a summary of Aboriginal employment trends.
Volume XXXII Number 10 ISSN 0830 - 0143

November 2015 - Sask Trends Monitor

This issue looks at the sharp increase in the number of unemployed people in the province. It also has an analysis of recent trends in farm incomes. 
Volume XXXII Number 11 ISSN 0830 - 0143

December 2015 - Sask Trends Monitor

The annual labour market review for 2015 is in this issue. 
Volume XXXII Number 12 ISSN 0830 - 0143

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