Trendline Saskatchewan is a report that provides a monthly summary of Saskatchewan's key economic indicators.





The above graph provides a visual summary of the Trendline Report data. The blue line above displays is a composite of the nine indicators Trendline uses to report on the health of the provincial economy. To create a composite, the indicators were normalized (where 1 is the maximum value and 0 is the minimum value) and combined (all weighted equally). The green line adjusts for seasonal fluctuations allowing for analysis seasonal components.

The nine indicators include: employment, housing stats, building permits, motor vehicle sales, restaurant receipts, exports, retails sales, manufacturing sales, and wholesale trade.

The composite indicator remains a work in progress and will be refined (adding and/or losing indicators) over time.



Issue No. 4 - Mar 2019

Issue No. 4 - Mar 2019

The Saskatchewan economy continues to show varied results in the first quarter of 2019...

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Issue No. 3 - Feb 2019

Issue No. 3 - Feb 2019

The Saskatchewan economy continues to show varied results in the last quarter of 2018 and the first month of 2019...

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Issue No. 2 - Jan 2019

Issue No. 2 - Jan 2019

The Saskatchewan economy continues to show varied results in the last quarter of 2018...

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Issue No. 1 - Dec 2018

Issue No. 1 - Dec 2018

December 2018's edition of Trendline Saskatchewan highlights the varying results of Saskatchewan's economy

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Special Report

Special Report

Small businesses continue to be the backbone of the economy. The 42,119 small businesses in Saskatchewan, with employees, account for 99% of total businesses.

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