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Sporting goods, hobby, book and music stores e-commerce share of retail sales in Canada goes up in 2016

According to updated data issued by Canada National Statistical Office, compared to the previous year consumer goods e-commerce sales climbed by 12.23 percent. It's the highest ever observed since 2012 as the indicator went up from 543 571 thousand Canadian Dollars to 610 072 thousand Canadian Dollars, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it increased by 20.68%. Canada saw an increase of 205.6% in consumer goods e-commerce sales during the last 5 years. Besides, it has shown the compound average annual growth rate of 0.25% during the last 5 years with a slight overall growth since the start of observations. It averaged 441 277 thousand Canadian Dollars from 2012 to 2016 and it attained its minimum of 199 633 thousand Canadian Dollars in 2012.

Sporting goods, hobby, book and music stores e-commerce share of retail sales in Canada goes up in 2016
Date Thousand Canadian Dollars Variation
2016 610 072.00 12.23
2015 543 571.00 20.68
2014 450 409.00 11.85
2013 402 700.00 101.72
2012 199 633.00 N/A

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Main E-Commerce Indicators

  • Online Shopping Penetration

    Number of individuals doing online shopping, usually measured per 100 inhabitants. It is an indicator of the adoption of online shopping among the population.

  • Online Retail Sales

    Value of transactions in USD million or can also be measured as % of total turnover. All transactions carried out over webpages, extranet or EDI system.

  • Online Expenditure

    Value of expenditure made online by households in a country at a given date. Usually expressed in millions or billions of national currency.

  • Online Purchaser

    Number of online purchases by type of product, usually measured in thousands of purchases.

  • Firms In E-Commerce

    Percentage of enterprises using e-commerce in their business model. E-commerce refers here to the trading of goods or services over computer networks such as the internet. It can be divided into e-commerce sales (e-sales) and e-commerce purchases (e-purchases) according to the way in which an enterprise receives or places orders respectively. Based on: Eurostat.

  • E-Commerce Market Share

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