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Canadian Economics Trends

The Conference Board of Canada has successfully used its economic model to forecast the Canadian economy for over twenty years. It is a consistent, quantifiable product based on proven forecasting methodology. Our model combines the latest historical data available and projects it five or 20 years into the future.


Report Subscriptions

Every employee at your organization will get access to the research through our e-Library

Canadian Economic Trends Service

Annual fee: $3,460

Our quarterly two-year forecast of the national economy, which contains all the key indicators required to formulate successful business strategies.

Canadian Long-Term Economic Trends Service

Annual fee: $2,035

Our annual 20-year forecast of the national economy-required input into any long-term investment decisions

Forecast Data Subscriptions

The data is available through our e-Data website

Canadian Forecast (Five-year) Database Service

Annual fee: $6,300

Five-year forecast for nine sectors of the national economy. The forecast is updated quarterly. Sectors include: Consumer Expenditures, Housing, Government, Non-energy Business Investment, International Trade, Energy, Employment, Costs and Prices, Financial Markets. More than 540 indicators are available.

Canadian Forecast (20-year) Database Service

Annual fee: $3,605

20-year forecast for nine sectors of the national economy. The twenty year is updated semi-annually. Sectors include: Consumer Expenditures, Housing, Government, Non-energy Business Investment, International Trade, Energy, Employment, Costs and Prices, Financial Markets. More than 540 indicators are available.

Population and Household Formation Database Service

Annual fee: $625

20 year forecasts of Population and Household Formation data for Canada and the Provinces. This database provides historical data from 1975 and forecast data up to 2030 for population of both males and females in five-year age cohorts. It also includes a forecast of household formations for Canada and the Provinces. Household formation is the underlying driver of long-term demand for new housing and thus new home construction. More than 700 indicators are available.

Historical Data Subscriptions

CANSIM

Starting at $1.99 per series—volume discounts are also available

Statistics Canada’s socio-economic database includes more than 35 million data series on labour, prices, income, trade, education, manufacturing, investment and more (updated immediately upon release).

CMHC

Starting at $1.99 per series—volume discounts are also available

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s database contains more than 4,000 time series on the Canadian housing market, such as average rents, completions by dwelling type, mortgage loan approvals (updated immediately upon release). 


For More Information

Contact our sales team by e-mail or by phone at 1-888-801-8818.

Canadian Month at a Glance

Latest issue:
October 6, 2017

Craig’s Insights on Trending Topics

Craig Alexander Craig Alexander
Senior Vice-President and Chief Economist

Canada Ranks 14th on the World Economic Forum’s 2017 Global Competitiveness Index

September 27, 2017

Employment Increase Continues String of Good Economic News

September 08, 2017

Conference Board of Canada Upgrades Canada’s Economic Growth Forecast

July 13, 2017

Economics Blog

Are E-Retailers Responsible for Inflation’s Demise?

October 16, 2017

Why Is Canada Rich While Other Countries Are So Poor?

September 22, 2017

5G Networks—The Future is Here!

August 14, 2017

Op-Eds

Canada needs to take its green trade to the global market
August 21, 2017

Canada’s economic growth: is this as good as it gets?
August 9, 2017

Canada’s debt levels are relatively healthy, but some provinces are worrisome
May 26, 2017

How to manage diverging Canada-U.S. climate-change ambitions
May 2, 2017

How to craft a successful trade policy in the age of Trump
April 19, 2017

A low-carbon Canadian economy: How to get there
April 4, 2017

Canada’s agri-food sector is growing, but supply-managed sectors are lagging behind
March 22, 2017


Canadian Economics Team

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Pedro Antunes
Executive Director, Economic Outlook and Analysis, and Deputy Chief Economist

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Matthew Stewart
Associate Director

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Alicia Macdonald
Principal Economist

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Doris Chu
Senior Economist

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Daniel Fields
Economist

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Robyn Gibbard
Economist

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Cory Renner
Economist