TrendLine Saskatchewan

TrendLine Saskatchewan tracks economic, social and demographic data, bundled with informative analysis and insight, ideal for decision makers.

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TrendLine Saskatchewan Composite Indicator Actual and Seasonally Adjusted

The Composite Indicator provides a visual summary of the overall health of the provincial economy. The blue line is a statistical construct of eleven normalized and equally-weighted indicators. The green line removes seasonal fluctuations to create the seasonally adjusted value.

TrendLine Saskatchewan Issues

November 2021
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Employment continues to recover, though part-time job growth exceeds full-time growth. Potential inflationary pressures at the national level could lead to higher borrowing rates.

October 2021
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

While employment remains below 2019 levels, Saskatchewan has regained 55% of the job loss experienced in 2020

September 2021
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

While employment remains below 2019 levels, Saskatchewan has regained 57% of the job loss experienced in 2020

August 2021
The Economic Impact of Improving the High School Graduation Rate among Indigenous Students
The Economic Impact of Improving the High School Graduation Rate among Indigenous Students
TrendLine Special Report

A detailed analysis of the potential benefit of increasing Indigenous high school graduation rates to the provincial average on Saskatchewan’s economy and labour force.

August 2021
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

While employment remains below 2019 levels, Saskatchewan has regained 56% of the job loss experienced in 2020.

July 2021
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TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Valid comparisons can now be made between pandemic impacted months: 2021 employment has recovered 60% of the job loss experienced in 2020 and all other major indicators are up.

June 2021
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Average year-to-date employment increased by 13,840 positions, representing 50% of the job loss experienced in 2020.

May 2021
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Labour market statistics improve as comparisons shift to between pandemic-impacted months. Total employment remains behind 2019 levels.

April 2021
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Major indicators showing signs of recovery. Pandemic-related job losses slowing, but employment remains down year-over-year.

March 2021
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TrendLine Saskatchewan
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Pandemic-related job losses slowing, but employment remains down year-over-year. Housing starts continue to advance owing to record low interest rates, record high savings, and looser mortgage stress tests.

February 2021
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Many major indicators remain in decline. Housing starts continue to advance owing to record low interest rates and looser mortgage stress tests.

January 2021
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Total exports, wholesale trade, net international exports, residential building permits, and housing starts advance, while all other major indicators remain in decline. Employment and job losses still well below levels seen a year ago...

December 2020
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Employment and job losses still well below levels seen a year ago and most major indicators still in decline...

November 2020
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

With the exception of total exports, net international exports, residential permits, and housing starts, all other major indicators remain in decline...

October 2020
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Residential building permits and housing starts advance, while all other major indicators remain in decline...

September 2020
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Apartment construction continues to surge, while all other major indicators remain in decline...

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August 2020
COVID-19 Labour Market Impacts
COVID-19 Labour Market Impacts
TrendLine Special Report

A detailed analysis of how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted Saskatchewan

August 2020
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Apartment construction buoys housing starts, while all other major indicators continue to trend downward...

July 2020
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

International exports, as well as residential housing starts and permits, advancing amid dropping employment numbers; all other major indicators in decline...

June 2020
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Collapsing employment numbers and declining consumer demand start to detail the wide-ranging impact of the pandemic...

May 2020
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

While the impact of the pandemic is not yet apparent across all indicators, collapsing employment numbers offer insight into what's to come...

April 2020
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Employment numbers decline in March as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic begins to manifest...

April 2020
2019 in Review
2019 in Review
TrendLine Special Report

Despite a surging labour market and the province's population reaching an all-time high, the consumer remained in near hibernation throughout 2019, with both year-to-date retail sales and new motor vehicle sales dropping.

March 2020
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Employment numbers remain strong (pre-pandemic), but consumers are still reluctant...