Trendline Saskatchewan - March 2019

The Saskatchewan economy continues to show a diverse range of results in the last quarter of 2018 and into the first 2 months of 2019.

Average year-to-date employment is up and the unemployment rate and the number of unemployed are down. Housing starts,non-residential building permits, new motor vehicle sales, and retail trade are down while residential building permits, manufacturing sales,exports, wholesale trade, restaurant receipts are up.

Stephen Johnson

MA
Senior Economist

Composite Indicator Actual & Seasonally Adjusted

Key Indicator This Month

Employment

1.5%

Up 8,350 positions, year over year


This Issue's Economist:

Stephen Johnson

MA
Senior Economist

This Issue's Editor:

Jennifer Longo

BAH, MBA
Strategic Research Consultant


TrendLine Saskatchewan is published monthly by Praxis Consulting.