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Canada GDP Annual Growth Rate

Last Release
Mar 31, 2022
Actual
2.9
Units In
%
Previous
3.2
Frequency
Quarterly
Next Release
N/A
Time to Release
N/A
Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
11.8
Jun 2021
-12.6
Jun 2020
3.03 %1962-2022Statistics Canada
In Canada, services account for more than 70 percent of GDP. Within services the most important are: finance, insurance, real estate, rental and leasing and management of companies and enterprises (21 percent of total GDP); retail and wholesale trade (12 percent), health (8 percent) and public administration (6 percent). Manufacturing accounts for 13 percent of the output and construction for 6 percent. Mining and oil and gas extraction constitute only 4 percent of GDP, yet Canada is a net exporter of energy. Finally, agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting account for 2 percent of output. On the expenditure side, household consumption is the main component of GDP and accounts for 58 percent of its total use, followed by gross fixed capital formation (22 percent) and government expenditure (19 percent). Exports of goods and services account for 32 percent of GDP while imports account for 33 percent, subtracting 1 percent of total GDP. Non-profit institutions serving households' final consumption expenditure and investment in inventories account for the remaining 2 percent.

Canada GDP Annual Growth Rate History

Last 12 readings

Canada GDP Indicators

All Canada indicators
Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
GDP
1,644.04
Dec 2020
1,741.58
Dec 2019
40.46
Dec 1960
1,846.6
Dec 2013
USD BillionYearly1960-2020
GDP Annual Growth Rate
2.9
Mar 2022
3.2
Dec 2021
-12.6
Jun 2020
11.8
Jun 2021
%Quarterly1962-2022
GDP Constant Prices
2,140,751
Mar 2022
2,124,709
Dec 2021
343,577
Mar 1961
2,140,751
Mar 2022
CAD MillionQuarterly1961-2022
GDP From Agriculture
42,208
Feb 2022
38,189
Nov 2021
23,668
Jun 1998
43,496
Aug 2020
CAD MillionMonthly1997-2022
GDP From Construction
156,390
Feb 2022
146,445
Nov 2021
71,294
Jan 1997
156,390
Feb 2022
CAD MillionMonthly1997-2022
GDP From Manufacturing
192,160
Feb 2022
189,650
Nov 2021
139,601
Apr 2020
218,222
Jan 2006
CAD MillionMonthly1997-2022
GDP From Mining
156,626
Feb 2022
160,516
Nov 2021
99,558
Jan 1997
165,334
Apr 2019
CAD MillionMonthly1997-2022
GDP From Public Administration
139,041
Feb 2022
138,652
Nov 2021
82,547
Jan 1998
139,280
Sep 2021
CAD MillionMonthly1997-2022
GDP From Services
1,450,353
Feb 2022
1,439,777
Nov 2021
753,361
Jan 1997
1,450,353
Feb 2022
CAD MillionMonthly1997-2022
GDP From Transport
76,221
Feb 2022
75,498
Nov 2021
51,402
Jan 1997
90,666
May 2019
CAD MillionMonthly1997-2022
GDP From Utilities
42,798
Feb 2022
41,114
Nov 2021
31,420
Sep 2001
44,068
Feb 2019
CAD MillionMonthly1997-2022
GDP Growth Annualized
3.1
Mar 2022
6.6
Dec 2021
-37.4
Jun 2020
41.1
Sep 2020
%Quarterly1961-2022
GDP Growth Rate
0.8
Mar 2022
1.6
Dec 2021
-11.3
Jun 2020
9.1
Sep 2020
%Quarterly1961-2022
GDP per capita
42,108.17
Dec 2020
44,958.09
Dec 2019
16,405.91
Dec 1960
44,958.09
Dec 2019
USDYearly1960-2020
GDP per capita PPP
45,856.63
Dec 2020
49,006.74
Dec 2019
33,292.91
Dec 1992
49,006.74
Dec 2019
USDYearly1990-2020
Gross Fixed Capital Formation
474,338
Mar 2022
462,135
Dec 2021
57,964
Mar 1961
474,338
Mar 2022
CAD MillionQuarterly1961-2022
Gross National Product
2,677,132
Mar 2022
2,583,856
Dec 2021
39,924
Mar 1961
2,677,132
Mar 2022
CAD MillionQuarterly1961-2022
Monthly GDP MoM
-0.2
May 2022
0.2
Apr 2022
-11.2
Apr 2020
6.1
Jun 2020
N/A1997-2022

GDP Annual Growth Rate across North America

GDP Annual Growth Rate global view
Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Canada
2.9
Mar 2022
3.2
Dec 2021
-12.6
Jun 2020
11.8
Jun 2021
% Quarterly1962-2022
Mexico
1.8
Mar 2022
1.1
Dec 2021
-18.7
Jun 2020
19.9
Jun 2021
% Quarterly1994-2022
Puerto Rico
1.1
Dec 2021
-3.2
Dec 2020
-4.4
Dec 2018
13.8
Dec 1971
% Yearly1961-2021
United States
3.5
Mar 2022
5.5
Dec 2021
-9.1
Jun 2020
13.4
Dec 1950
% Quarterly1948-2022

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