Table 379-0031 13
Gross domestic product (GDP) at basic prices, by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
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Geography = Canada
Seasonal adjustment = Seasonally adjusted at annual rates
Prices = Chained (2007) dollars
by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS); Geography= Canada; Seasonal adjustment= Seasonally adjusted at annual rates; Prices= Chained (2007) dollars
Gross domestic product (GDP) at basic prices, by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), monthly (dollars x 1,000,000)
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) 2017
January February March April May
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All industries [T001] 2 1,710,934 1,712,743 1,720,579 1,723,784 1,733,872
Goods-producing industries [T002] 2 506,147 504,839 507,883 507,899 516,087
Service-producing industries [T003] 2 1,205,613 1,208,722 1,213,517 1,216,664 1,218,705
Business sector industries [T004] 1,423,972 1,425,309 1,432,779 1,435,854 1,446,012
Non-business sector industries [T007] 288,337 288,805 289,232 289,377 289,450
Industrial production [T010] 2 363,887 362,403 364,821 365,403 374,485
Non-durable manufacturing industries [T011] 2 75,976 75,404 75,837 75,339 75,971
Durable manufacturing industries [T012] 2 102,834 102,243 103,264 102,691 104,133
Information and communication technology sector [T013] 2 74,041 74,213 74,388 74,766 74,947
Energy sector [T016] 2 163,173 163,535 165,765 166,978 174,274
Industrial production (1950 definition) [T017] 2 358,216 356,705 359,099 359,685 368,751
Public Sector [T018] 2 309,994 310,482 311,002 311,116 311,232
Content and media sector [T019] 2 12,208 12,130 12,133 12,176 12,233
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting [11] 28,693 28,456 28,464 28,320 28,342
Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction [21] 142,820 142,490 142,845 144,400 151,064
Utilities [22] 36,915 36,917 37,500 37,665 38,182
Construction [23] 118,698 119,105 119,763 119,377 118,690
Manufacturing [31-33] 178,706 177,532 178,958 177,881 179,916
Wholesale trade [41] 101,856 102,002 102,896 103,162 103,873
Retail trade [44-45] 95,667 95,913 96,879 96,819 97,703
Transportation and warehousing [48-49] 76,959 76,797 77,108 78,069 78,126
Information and cultural industries [51] 51,053 51,087 51,144 51,211 51,280
Finance and insurance [52] 122,918 123,868 125,147 125,304 126,444
Real estate and rental and leasing [53] 222,553 223,642 224,351 224,604 224,150
Professional, scientific and technical services [54] 92,179 92,756 93,013 93,583 93,753
Management of companies and enterprises [55] 12,136 12,109 12,071 12,064 12,071
Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services [56] 42,375 42,327 42,378 42,386 42,521
Educational services [61] 88,494 88,688 88,913 88,856 88,929
Health care and social assistance [62] 113,374 113,543 113,690 113,719 113,772
Arts, entertainment and recreation [71] 12,586 12,506 12,540 12,889 12,438
Accommodation and food services [72] 35,888 35,836 35,754 36,229 36,117
Other services (except public administration) [81] 32,356 32,372 32,409 32,389 32,342
Public administration [91] 108,171 108,299 108,452 108,587 108,581

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Aggregates are not always equal to the sum of their components.
The alphanumeric code appearing in square brackets beside the industry title represents the identification code of an aggregation of NAICS industries, whose definition is included in the full classification provided in the definitions, data sources and methods for the statistical program 1301 - Gross domestic product by Industry - National (Monthly).
At the lowest level of detail, it may not be possible to produce a homogeneous series from 1997 to the present. Only industries and certain aggregates that provide good continuity back to 1997 have data from 1997 to 2006.

Source:  Statistics Canada. Table  379-0031 -  Gross domestic product (GDP) at basic prices, by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), monthly (dollars),  CANSIM (database). (accessed: )
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