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.



Issue No. 6 - May 2019

Issue No. 6 - May 2019

Average year-to-date employment is up and both the unemployment rate and the number of unemployed are down. Construction activity remains in decline with both building permits and housing starts dropping. The consumer...

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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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