Total employment advanced 0.2% in April, following a period of five months where the number of jobs grew by only 0.3%. Housing starts rose 5.5% to 230,400 units in April, just shy of the average level seen in the record year of 2004. The number of new motor vehicles sold in April is expected to remain at essentially the same level as in March, according to preliminary results from the auto industry. Available on CANSIM: tables 080-0014 to 080-0017 and 076-0005. Definitions, data sources and ...
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