BuildForce Canada uses a scenario-based forecasting system to assess future labour market conditions in both residential and non-residential construction. This labour market information (LMI) system tracks measures for 34 trades and occupations. BuildForce consults with industry, including owners, contractors and
Construction. Find statistics that will allow you to keep up with developments in the construction industry. Construction-related statistics. Browse Statistics Canada resources on types of structures, construction-related expenditures, and the value of construction assets. Construction forecasts. View national and regional..
Canada Construction Sector Council: Markets and Labour Demand Forecasts by Province. The Construction Sector Council (CSC), is a national organization made up of partners from the building trades, business and government that is committed to the development of a highly skilled workforce for Canada's construction..
Provincial-level Data & Forecasts. Short-term outlooks for Canada's provinces, including coverage for 100+ indicators per province and industry outlooks at 2- to 3- digit NAICS levels. Five-year provincial economic outlook delivered semi-annually (May, November); Interim key indicator updates by province (January, July)
Jan 22, 2018 . Following Canadian GDP growth in the neighborhood of 4.7 percent in the first half of 2017leading every G7 nationBranch forecasts a broad-based easing of economic growth in 2018. For the construction industry specifically, total permit values are expected to fall 4 percent in 2018 after rising 1..
Dec 14, 2017 . Michael Burt, director of industrial economic trends with the Conference Board of Canada, characterized 2017 as a bottoming out and strikes a note of cautious optimism for the country's construction sector. We saw two and if our forecast holds for this year probably three consecutive years of decline..
Jul 5, 2017 . In real terms, the industry's output value registered a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of -0.40% during the review-period and is expected to post a CAGR of 1.64% over the forecast period. Summary Timetric's Construction in Canada, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2021 report provides detailed..
2018 construction labour market forecasts for Canada and provinces · 2018 Construction and Maintenance Looking Forward Highlights Reports · This report revisits the state of global construction demands and changes in global migration flows to. 2017 Global Trends: Emerging Construction Labour Markets..
May 5, 2016 . Several government programs, such as the Affordable Housing Initiative (AHI), New Building Canada Plan (NBCP) and Made in Canada, also will continue to support the industry's growth over the forecast period (20162020), according to the CIC report. The industry's output value is expected to rise at a..
Construction industry job openings by region: regional growth in construction jobs. Chart from: WorkBC Labour Market Outlook Industry Profile. Additional information on construction activities in specific regions can be found at: Construction Map App: Mapping Canada's Major..
Apr 28, 2016 . Several government programs, such as the Affordable Housing Initiative (AHI), the New Building Canada Plan (NBCP) and Made in Canada, will continue to support growth in the industry over the forecast period (20162020). The industry's output value is expected to rise at a compound annual growth rate..
Apr 27, 2016 . A new report from Timetric's CIC indicates that Canada's construction industry is set to improve
Employment in Ontario's construction industry enjoyed continuous gains before falling sharply in 2009, along with many other industries in the province, due to the . CANSIM Table 282-0008; Canada Mortgage and Housing Corportation, Housing Market Outlook, Canada Edition; Statistics Canada, Building Permits Survey,..
The Construction Sector Council forecasts that Canada will be in need of close to 320,000 new construction workers between now and 2020 as resource projects peak and retirements continue to rise across the country. The citizens are getting older but there is not the number of replacement workers to fill the void, which..
Jan 29, 2018 . We saw twoand if our forecast holds for this yearprobably threeconsecutive years of decline in spending on construction activity in Canada. But we seem to be reaching a nadir in terms of the downturn in the industry over the last couple of years. We actually see growth in the range of 3% going..
This report outlines the expected U.S. and Canada construction growth for 2018 by end-market and geography based on several different .. Industrial. 0%. 4%. Other Non-Residential. 2%. 0%. Non-Building. 4%. 4%. Roads and Bridges. 5%. 6%. Infrastructure. 3%. 3%. Residential Forecast. In the Residential segment, we..
Oct 26, 2017 . For the second time, the conference will include a construction forecast for Canada. The U.S. construction industry has made the transition to a more mature stage of expansion, stated Robert Murray, Chief Economist for Dodge Data & Analytics. After climbing 11% to 13% each year from 2012 through..
Feb 14, 2018 . Browse for an industry. Accommodation and Food Services; Administrative and Support, Waste Management and Remediation Services; Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting; Arts, Entertainment and Recreation; Construction; Educational Services; Finance and Insurance; Health Care and Social..
Jan 31, 2018 . BuildForce Canada's 20182027 Construction and Maintenance Looking Forward forecast reflects the impact of continued oil price uncertainty, with no new major projects scheduled. As existing projects wind down, engineering construction employment declines. Non-residential construction growth should..
These report includes detailed five-year forecasts in 16 key Canadian industries
BuildForce Canada uses a scenario-based forecasting system to assess future labour market conditions in the oil sands and both residential and non-residential construction. This LMI system tracks measures for 34 trades and occupations. BuildForce consults with industry, including owners, contractors and labour groups,