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Value added of mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction in Canada falls in April 2018

Compared with March mining and quarrying value added negligibly went down by 0.1%, revised numbers from Canada National Statistical Office pinpoint. Mining and quarrying value added diminished hardly by 145 million Canadian Dollars, versus the previous month when it climbed by 1.96 percent. When looking at the year before, it can be noted that the indicator was increasing by 0.68% and reached 138 377 million Canadian Dollars in April. In brief, the variable was 5.93% larger in April 2017 than in the same month the year after. Canada saw a increase of 47.34% in mining and quarrying value added during the last 21 years. Likewise, the mining and quarrying value added is now bigger than its average which equals 119 557.99 million Canadian Dollars with a modest overall rise since the start of time series. It hit its all-time high of 146 765 million Canadian Dollars in May 2017 and record low of 99 487 million Canadian Dollars in January 1997.

Value added of mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction in Canada falls in April 2018
Date Million Canadian Dollars Variation
Apr. 2018 146 587.00 -0.1
Mar. 2018 146 732.00 1.96
Feb. 2018 143 917.00 2.12
Jan. 2018 140 927.00 -2.86
Dec. 2017 145 070.00 1.18
Nov. 2017 143 382.00 0.51
Oct. 2017 142 657.00 -1.44
Sep. 2017 144 737.00 1.64
Aug. 2017 142 404.00 -0.1
Jul. 2017 142 548.00 -0.68

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