Table 379-0031 13
Gross domestic product (GDP) at basic prices, by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
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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
March April May June July
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All industries [T001] 2 1,719,634 1,725,331 1,735,840 1,740,942 1,741,014
Goods-producing industries [T002] 2 507,752 509,145 517,069 520,109 517,629
Service-producing industries [T003] 2 1,212,707 1,216,987 1,219,702 1,221,787 1,224,274
Business sector industries [T004] 1,431,787 1,437,296 1,447,609 1,451,980 1,451,376
Non-business sector industries [T007] 289,262 289,495 289,819 290,531 291,156
Industrial production [T010] 2 365,839 367,483 375,977 376,922 375,142
Non-durable manufacturing industries [T011] 2 76,731 76,511 77,301 77,326 77,527
Durable manufacturing industries [T012] 2 102,993 103,184 104,040 104,920 103,940
Information and communication technology sector [T013] 2 74,470 74,826 75,014 75,656 75,607
Energy sector [T016] 2 165,988 167,228 174,457 173,875 172,398
Industrial production (1950 definition) [T017] 2 360,135 361,780 370,280 371,231 369,445
Public Sector [T018] 2 311,020 311,203 311,614 312,419 313,091
Content and media sector [T019] 2 12,114 12,149 12,158 12,041 11,997
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting [11] 27,367 27,178 27,184 27,132 27,021
Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction [21] 143,028 144,612 150,998 150,929 149,108
Utilities [22] 37,625 37,791 38,390 38,539 39,208
Construction [23] 119,788 119,773 119,379 121,443 120,861
Manufacturing [31-33] 179,676 179,615 181,273 182,124 181,425
Wholesale trade [41] 102,981 103,378 104,259 103,851 105,884
Retail trade [44-45] 97,025 97,434 98,051 98,784 98,671
Transportation and warehousing [48-49] 77,258 78,186 78,130 78,779 78,670
Information and cultural industries [51] 51,112 51,225 51,219 51,127 51,033
Finance and insurance [52] 123,985 124,075 125,740 125,794 125,069
Real estate and rental and leasing [53] 224,471 225,057 224,804 224,672 224,974
Professional, scientific and technical services [54] 93,009 93,610 93,672 93,622 94,088
Management of companies and enterprises [55] 11,999 11,922 11,874 11,814 11,817
Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services [56] 42,335 42,402 42,500 42,666 42,684
Educational services [61] 88,796 88,838 88,993 89,220 89,383
Health care and social assistance [62] 113,789 113,811 113,969 114,324 114,570
Arts, entertainment and recreation [71] 12,549 12,932 12,523 12,522 12,441
Accommodation and food services [72] 35,725 36,242 36,195 36,408 36,562
Other services (except public administration) [81] 32,355 32,454 32,451 32,609 32,627
Public administration [91] 108,481 108,599 108,700 108,924 109,185

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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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