Trendline Saskatchewan provides a monthly summary of Saskatchewan's key economic indicators. Detailed Reports are updated on a monthly basis and Special Topic Reports are added quarterly.





The Composite Indicator provides a visual summary of the overall health of the provincial economy. The blue line is a statistical construct of eleven normalized and equally-weighted indicators. The green line removes seasonal fluctuations to create the seasonally adjusted value.

The Sub-Indices included below are calculated in the same manner.

Links to Trendline Saskatchewan Monthly and Special Topic reports are included below.



Issue No. 5 - April 2019

Issue No. 5 - April 2019

The Saskatchewan economy continues to send mixed signals regarding an impending recovery in the last quarter of 2018 and into the first 3 months of 2019...

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Special Topic Report: Workforce Demographics

Special Topic Report: Workforce Demographics

The workforce in Saskatchewan is aging, with the proportion of employees 55+ increasing across all industries.

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Issue No. 4 - Mar 2019

Issue No. 4 - Mar 2019

The Saskatchewan economy continues to show a diverse range of results in the last quarter of 2018 and into the first 2 months 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 Topic Report: Small Business

Special Topic Report: Small Business

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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