Table 380-0064
Gross domestic product, expenditure-based
quarterly (dollars x 1,000,000)


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Geography = Canada
Prices = Chained (2007) dollars
Seasonal adjustment = Seasonally adjusted at annual rates
by Estimates; Geography= Canada; Prices= Chained (2007) dollars; Seasonal adjustment= Seasonally adjusted at annual rates
Gross domestic product, expenditure-based, quarterly (dollars x 1,000,000)
Estimates 2013 2014 2015 2016
Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1
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Final consumption expenditure 1,313,250 1,321,478 1,328,882 1,330,373 1,341,120 1,347,426 1,353,390 1,357,108 1,365,407 1,371,627 1,376,481 1,383,722
Household final consumption expenditure 952,298 959,127 965,254 967,618 977,586 984,678 990,621 990,303 995,861 1,001,586 1,006,141 1,011,970
Goods 431,894 436,392 440,523 440,977 446,348 449,467 452,448 450,937 451,881 456,824 458,789 463,707
Durable goods 134,182 134,470 134,245 134,138 138,769 141,525 142,663 139,723 141,640 145,126 146,616 148,278
Semi-durable goods 77,415 79,289 80,586 79,418 81,023 81,757 82,331 81,939 82,992 83,176 84,572 86,149
Non-durable goods 221,376 223,731 226,645 228,081 227,912 227,922 229,246 230,620 229,016 230,494 229,906 231,743
Services 520,044 522,449 524,522 526,394 531,037 535,001 537,980 539,071 543,562 544,523 547,103 548,198
Non-profit institutions serving households' final consumption expenditure 24,440 24,268 24,372 23,908 24,400 24,312 24,740 24,576 24,948 25,000 25,028 25,168
General governments final consumption expenditure 337,155 338,774 340,009 339,669 340,152 339,640 339,384 343,317 345,667 346,208 346,563 347,887
Gross fixed capital formation 404,742 404,810 402,244 400,457 405,100 411,136 412,614 399,583 391,367 386,493 380,587 379,005
Business gross fixed capital formation 339,181 339,275 337,284 334,882 338,254 343,150 343,624 330,320 322,153 317,522 312,316 311,168
Residential structures 114,677 114,210 113,661 113,240 115,909 118,776 118,625 120,526 120,563 121,347 121,904 125,189
Non-residential structures, machinery and equipment 193,709 193,611 192,273 191,461 192,464 194,672 195,103 182,669 175,139 169,919 164,317 160,174
Non-residential structures 116,769 118,303 117,635 116,866 116,647 116,684 116,033 105,498 101,180 97,386 93,431 89,941
Machinery and equipment 73,360 71,324 70,644 70,689 72,109 74,583 75,887 74,901 71,777 70,546 69,063 68,593
Intellectual property products 32,364 33,027 32,907 31,736 31,420 31,237 31,441 28,462 27,685 27,413 27,172 26,798
Non-profit institutions serving households' gross fixed capital formation 2,537 2,616 2,618 2,612 2,676 2,749 2,758 2,664 2,694 2,704 2,664 2,622
General governments gross fixed capital formation 63,210 63,110 62,539 63,128 64,320 65,385 66,361 66,671 66,569 66,306 65,640 65,249
Investment in inventories 9,380 16,596 21,697 19,572 9,411 1,328 9,164 14,623 6,754 -164 -5,586 -6,904
Of which: business investment in inventories 9,682 17,042 21,385 20,488 8,565 1,341 9,125 14,681 6,607 -237 -5,578 -6,956
Non-farm 4,513 9,742 18,619 21,127 11,547 5,457 12,663 17,338 8,939 1,378 -4,846 -7,211
Farm 4,021 5,889 2,602 -24 -2,001 -2,850 -2,018 -1,169 -1,261 -1,059 -667 -45
Exports of goods and services 526,844 525,101 532,275 530,364 555,953 565,322 565,014 566,260 567,892 580,248 578,092 587,756
Exports of goods 447,245 445,180 452,501 449,218 473,960 483,866 482,581 482,314 484,817 497,466 494,711 503,967
Exports of services 80,549 80,828 80,779 82,078 83,024 82,562 83,492 84,914 84,143 84,070 84,570 85,121
Less: imports of goods and services 560,829 562,817 563,292 558,310 572,113 578,748 579,134 580,375 577,682 573,594 563,292 565,069
Imports of goods 451,927 454,641 455,954 450,575 463,485 471,084 471,405 472,067 468,673 465,561 455,308 458,177
Imports of services 108,750 108,018 107,184 107,592 108,438 107,425 107,489 108,073 108,800 107,821 107,853 106,716
Statistical discrepancy -1,240 -1,273 -1,353 768 -514 1,008 110 -547 1,420 541 972 -139
Gross domestic product at market prices 1,697,419 1,709,001 1,725,680 1,727,757 1,743,377 1,752,569 1,767,132 1,762,852 1,760,692 1,770,233 1,772,440 1,782,972
Final domestic demand 1,716,495 1,724,759 1,729,527 1,729,197 1,744,595 1,756,994 1,764,423 1,754,765 1,754,543 1,755,679 1,754,373 1,759,879

Source:  Statistics Canada. Table  380-0064 -  Gross domestic product, expenditure-based, quarterly (dollars unless otherwise noted),  CANSIM (database). (accessed: )
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