How many people live in Canada? Where do they live? How old are they? What languages do they speak? Check out the Census 2016 information on the Statistics Canada website if you're looking for demographic information for Canadians.
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It includes "comprehensive statistical time series and indicators essential for the analysis of world trade, investment, international financial flows, and development". The table of contents outlining the range of reports and data available is a good starting point for using this resource.
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Economic factors heavily influence all industries and other facets of our lives.The major banks provide some free online analysis. Search Business Source Complete or CBCA Reference for country reports on Canada or other nations.