TrendLine Saskatchewan

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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 2022
Impact of the $500 affordability cheques in Saskatchewan
Impact of the $500 affordability cheques in Saskatchewan
TrendLine Special Report
October 2022
In Praise of Vacations
In Praise of Vacations
TrendLine Special Report
October 2022
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Rising inflation, increasing interest rates, and lagging average weekly wage increases continue to temper growth.

August 2022
Russian Special Military Operation in Ukraine: Impact on the Provincial Economy - Scenario Analysis
Russian Special Military Operation in Ukraine: Impact on the Provincial Economy - Scenario Analysis
TrendLine Special Report
September 2022
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Rising inflation, increasing interest rates, and lagging average weekly wage increases continue to temper growth.

August 2022
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Slow population growth, high inflation, and increasing interest rates continue to temper growth.

July 2022
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TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Employment growth continued in June with a 3.9% increase over the same period in 2021.

June 2022
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TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Employment growth continued in May, up 3.5% over the same period in 2021.

May 2022
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TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

April employment continued to grow, increasing 3.3% over the same period in 2021. This is an addition of 7,925 positions from pre-pandemic employment levels.

April 2022
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TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

March employment growth increased by 5.1% over the same period in 2021. If annual average employment growth remains at 12,000-positions, job losses should recoup to pre-pandemic levels by end of 2022.

March 2022
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

February saw a continuation in employment growth with an increase by 5.6% over the same period in 2021.

February 2022
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TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Employment growth continues into January 2022 with an increase of employment by 4.6% over the same period in 2021.

February 2022
Recent Trends in Population: Province, Cities, and Rural
Recent Trends in Population: Province, Cities, and Rural
TrendLine Special Report

An overview of the census metropolitan area and census agglomeration population growth from 2001 to 2021.

January 2022
TrendLine Saskatchewan
TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Year-to-date employment continued to recover in December 2021, recovering 53% of job loss experienced in 2020

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December 2021
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TrendLine Saskatchewan
Monthly Issue

Year-to-date employment and consumer spending continued to recover in November 2021. Concerns remain in regard to slow population growth, part-time employment growth, and inflationary pressures.

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
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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.